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October 23, 2013

[Lyrics] 14 to 1 (Fuuto 風斗 ver.)

Knowing Fuuto's personality, I was expecting some cheeky/tsundere lyrics, and I was not disappointed!

Description: Kanji lyrics, Romaji lyrics and English translated lyrics of 14 to 1 (Fuuto ver.).
Note: Lyrics taken from booklet. The parts in brackets ( ) in the English translation are there to help the meaning flow smoother.
The key thing to note in Fuuto's version is that, as per his character, he says things pretty bluntly and straight forwardly, which may, at times, sound rude.

[Lyrics] 14 to 1 (Yuusuke 侑介 ver.)

This song was an absolute torture to listen to! Yuusuke is tone deaf. z_z
I blame the character not the seiyuu. Hosoya actually has a pretty nice singing voice, try Kimi no Iru Machi's first ED song.
So let's just get this translation over and done with, so I can move on to translate Fuuto's version, which is much smoother to the ears.

Description: Kanji lyrics, Romaji lyrics and English translated lyrics of 14 to 1 (Yuusuke ver.).
Note: Lyrics taken from booklet. The parts in brackets ( ) in the English translation are there to help the meaning flow smoother. "lit." means literal word-for-word translation.
The key thing to note in Yuusuke's version is that he uses "だ" to end his sentences, which is a more direct form of talking, ie. the way you would talk to your friends and family (without formality), as opposed to using the polite form "です". 

Ubuntu 13.10 is out and I didn't even know

Ubuntu-1310: Saucy Salamander
Canonical recently rolled out the latest OS from its roster, Ubuntu 13.10, now available for desktop and smartphones users. The release also comes with a range of mobile core apps made by the Ubuntu developer community, with the list including a browser, calendar, clock, weather app as well as a calculator.

For one thing, I didn't even know Ubuntu 13.10 was releases until today! The release must have been dead quite compared to previous releases or that I haven't been keeping up with my Ubuntu news. But the new version includes some changes (although minor) that will benefit the Linux community greatly.

The updated OS also introduces Smart Scopes into the Dash search option. With this feature, any query that is typed into the Dash Home by the user will be picked up by the Smart Scope server. The latter will then determine which categories of content is the most relevant. The server will also constantly improve the results by learning which categories and results are most helpful to the user over time. 

KyoAni over the years

What's your favourite style/anime?
Kyoto Animation styles over the years.

What does 'the fox' say? v.Pokemon

Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!

When Pokemon and Natsume Yuujinchou crossover