Following New Trends: Tumblr

 

 New web trends of expressing yourself has gone long ways now. From making blogs, to sharing video, making Vlogs (video Logs), Social networking, Twitter status and etc; I have pretty much experienced and tried these trends. It seems so much what the mainstream online browsers try to follow. I have managed to sort of successful in making videos on Youtube under the name TanukiNinja8; few years back and probably know me from making Anime Reviews on AnimeAfterLifePodcast. Though I didn’t find Twitter very amusing, it just seemed like a single element taken from Facebook, which is the status updates but without the Personal information. I made a blog here, that hopefully one day my archives and thoughts would be recorded for me to look back to. It seems to me that I have lost my sense of Blogging and too shy to Vlog. So I stumble upon a nice Blog site recently told by a friend, called Tumblr.

I was very a well aware that Tumblr exist but didn’t know what it was or anything about it. It seem to me Tumblr is a new way of blogging and re-posting articles without the hassle, with some simple interfaces. I was pretty intrigued and wanted to try it out, well I guess this blog has been always on Hiatus. So I made a Tumblr, that I post of whatever appeal to my interests and I find interesting to show others such as anime, video games and a little bit of myself. So check it out!

– Tanuki RX Tumblr

 

 

 

 

Ways you can help Japan’s Tsunami and Earthquake Aid Relief!

Hello readers, As many of you know about the recent Earthquake and Tsunami that devastated Japan on March 11, 2011 at around 2:46 p.m. (12:46 a.m. ET). Which ruptured many of Japan’s prefectures leaving thousands of people missing, dead and without homes. I had my Uncle, Schoolmates and Host family in Japan during the incident… Many of you may have a strong connection to Japan or loved ones stuck in dire need.

Here what you can do that you can help the relief in Japan!

USA

Text “REDCROSS” to 90999 to donate $10 to help the Red Cross Aid in Japan and confirm reply “YES” to confirm your payment. You’ll be ask to receive newsletters and whether to give monthly donations, Those are optional and if you don’t want it text “STOP”.

Or you can at their page here and donate with your Credit/Debit card.

CANADA

Text “ASIA” to 30333 to donate 5 dollars!

or you can Donate at the Canadian Red Cross homepage here.

UK

United Kingdom Red Cross donations by Credit/Debit Card on their homepage here.