[nycbug-talk] AsiaBSDCon, pics, highlights
ike at lesmuug.org
Tue Mar 20 22:45:14 EDT 2007
On Mar 9, 2007, at 10:24 PM, Isaac Levy wrote:
> I'm taking boatloads of pics, will try to figure out how/where to
> post them, and will make some kind of post about the con!
> p.s.: TOKYO ROCKS. For the time ever for me, NYC seems like a small
> place- this city is like a medieval village, set about 70 years in
> the future, 36 million people... Amazing.
Ok, so here's tons of pictures!
A 'Hanko' stamp in my notebook, note the 10,000jpy Tokyo Metro Subway
card, custom printed with the conference logo! Over the top.
Goldfish on the subway platform near the university:
Akihabara, electronic geek heaven:
Mark Balmer purchasing 'IPv6 ready' Ethernet Cables:
VRRP, IPv6, SoHo/home router:
Main Organizers, GNN and Hiroki Sato (Sato-san) with 'The Cake':
Kirk McKusick chatting it up with Jun Murai
This guy was new to me, his lecture blew my mind:
Cellphones in Japan ROCK, (and all run via IP backbone, IPV6
Cellphones seem really important in Japan, Gold plated Dolce and
(incidentally, this phone doesn't work in Japan, I was told it's for
One of many views from Tokyo Tower, (36 million people in Tokyo, [36m
is population of Canada!])
Payphones are all ISDN?
This shocked me to stumble into:
Next AsiaBSDCon, I'll definately be organizing the NYC crew to go!!!!
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