This should be a reasonably short entry. I think the segment itself was kinda short too.
(Yes, I’m still missing Kagai Jugyou.)
Our hostesses are Nana, Jou, and Akarin.It’s tough having a blog, I think, in Japan. Probably because they place a premium on privacy so no one ever puts up pictures of their face or reveals too much information about it. I remember I posted a picture of my room on a language blog that I maintain and they were all worried that someone would burglarize it. There’s like a billion houses in California, I doubt they’d be able to find mine to steal my 32″ HDTV. Yeah. 32″ only. And I hardly use it for anything because I hate all the Media Center applications on Windows 7. Ironically, the first thing I noticed when I upgraded to the HDTV was that everyone’s hair in Japanese TV shows is nicely conditioned and shiny. Anyway… They interview some random high school girls about writing a blog and what it’s like. I kinda understand what they’re saying. “It’s like a way for people to get to know me.” “People I don’t really know leave comments and it’s really cool.” Hmm, I did allude to this in my post about community. But thankfully for you guys, I don’t post pictures of me in frilly skirts to show off to my girl-frenz. And I’d have to hide my face too. They also visit some famous fashion blogger, who manages a clothes store. She’s pretty nutty. She blogged 2 times before coming to work. And it’s not like a simple Tweet or anything, it’s a full blog. She took a photo of an outfit she was trying on and then blogged it. Then she went on break and while NMB was waiting she updated her blog about lunch. Well, at least she’s living a life where people actually want to know about that kinda stuff. Personally, I used to take pictures of my food a lot but I kinda got tired of it because I would rather just download the pictures that professional photographer took online, so I stopped blogging about that. Actually I wanted to make a food blog called “Food Blargh” but my food reviews are usually mediocre. I’m way better at eating things than I am about writing about eating things.
Aaaaaaand… that’s it.
Well, they did a little promo for Nagiichi. I thought it was funny because they were standing in front of themselves on a green screen.