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This is Ian's piece of web. See it go. Go, weblog, go! Go travel in Asia. Go study in Tokyo. Go home to Portland. Nah, what the hell. Go, study in Beijing.

Stop. I am a student studying Chinese language in Beijing.

I started this weblog in the Summer of 2002. It keeps following me wherever I go. But, I'm glad to have the company.

Thanks to Clifton for hosting Domodomo. If you need a flash or website designer, you can do no better.

Enter the Domo  

Domoblog - My old Tokyo mobile weblog.

Domo Music - Music I done made. Shockingly presented under the artist name of "Domo Domo."

Exit the Domo  

Found a Place

T minus six till move in day. Portland, we have apartment. The rent price is astronomical. I was desperate. But I'm happy to have gotten anything near campus. At least it's a brand new building. Very shiny.

One advantage of living with my parents, is that they have a professional grade espresso machine -- they just sold their coffee cart last year. Free lattes every morning. Shit, it has been a nice few weeks here.

Only four or five months up in this place. I must control my intense nest customization fetish and live light. I considered buying a rug, then instantly felt pangs of guilt. Palettes make a mighty fine bedframe. Milkcrates and zip-ties are definitely a shelf. You might call these things "retro". You are being far too kind.

More later.

Comments:

Zip ties? Milk crates don't require zip ties.

By Clifton, at 3:06 AM  


Also, why must one select Discuss and THEN select Post Comment? Can you add a Post Comment link on the main page, and get rid of that pesky two-step navigation?

By Clifton, at 3:08 AM  


I'll have to swing by to check this place out. You gonna need a hand on moving day?

By Alan, at 1:37 AM  


Everything could stand to use a zip tie or two.

In other news, I am too lazy to change the template.

Alan, I may have a house-warming "party" (where party involves four or five people).

By Ian, at 8:13 AM  


Don't forget about the versatility and elegance of the cinderblock for all your home shelving needs.

By TanTian, at 11:06 AM  


Just passing through, cool blog by the way.

By The Humanity Critic, at 7:22 AM  


Thx

By Ian, at 9:21 AM  


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