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September 9th, 2006 at 10:58 PM
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Mina-san, we hope you're having a great weekend wherever you are! :grin:

Louis
February 12th, 2017 at 05:58 AM
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「ask yoshi」がどうしたか。見つけれないです。:disappointed:よしが大好きですよ!


What happened to Ask Yoshi? I can't find it :( I love Yoshi!


(I hope my use of どうしたか here was correct....)

mikuji
September 12th, 2006 at 12:09 AM
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I love the idea that the grammar bank will have link to the lessons where the expression were introduced.:grin:


There is so much in there now that I was a bit taken aback about how much I do not remember - or maybe not all expressions were featured in the podcasts?:???:


Another questions: Does the new downloadable learning centre feature to ipod be matched by a similar downloadable feature in non-ipod terms? I'd love to be able to use learning centre facilities whilst offline! but I do not have an ipod with video ..


Hmmm, time I get catapulted into the 21st century maybe:cool:..Seems a good present to ask for Xmas - but for archiving purposes I'd still like to know in what format this downloadable stuff will come... Will be watching.


mikuji

Yoshi
September 11th, 2006 at 03:49 PM
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Hi Mina-san,


.......Very good........


like that? Docmac from Texas-san!


I'm glad that many of you liked the idea of "Ask Yoshi!" "The ultimate Yoshi-ism of the 21st century" I've only lived 26 years so far, but (does age matter? It's all about experience, right Liz-san! Thanks for your mail by the way!:wink:) I have lived the extreme, I mean I have been living the Spanish life style, (very passionate way of life) living for today! Everyday!


And since I grew up as the baby in my middle working class Japanese family where I have 3 other siblings, went to a private boys Catholic high school even though I grew up in a Buddhist family, spent 7 years in the U.S. to party like an animal, sold Israeli soap in the middle of New York for half a year, have been working for Jpod for a while in Tokyo, and last but not least, having the same name as the little green dinosaur, I think I can give you good answers, at least interesting answers.:twisted:


Well, I'll do my best! And I hope my answers would be helpful and save the rainforests in Amazon.


best,

Yoshi

mikuji
September 11th, 2006 at 07:28 AM
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ようしさんの質疑応答【しつぎおうとう】。。いいイデアと思います!


私もさんせいです。頑張って、よしさん!

mikuji

Hugo
September 11th, 2006 at 02:15 AM
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Just amazing guys!:razz: JPOD101.com rocks!:mrgreen:


One vote more for "ask Yoshi":mrgreen::razz:

スティーブン2112
September 10th, 2006 at 11:34 PM
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すばらしいニュースポッドキャストでした!


Ask Yoshi!のポッドキャストが楽しい!  (Hmmm.. "Will be" is built into the adjective right?) 


Alan-さん、

 すごい! Ipod Developer notesが見ました! ありがとう!


  

Mark
September 10th, 2006 at 11:12 PM
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Lizさん and Desireeさん、


Based on Eranさん’s list, the only unsupported 20GB iPod would be that of the touch-wheel 2G variety. 20GB Dock connector (3G) or click-wheel (4G) versions should be compatible.


I'll toss in a vote for Ask Yoshi too. Good work JP101 team, keep the innovation going! :D


Have a great weekend everyone!

rdesiree
September 10th, 2006 at 05:30 PM
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Liz, me too, I have an old 20GB iPod... sounds as if we're left out:sad: because the ones on Eran's list are all later models. At least for anything video, mine's no good, and with only 20GB there's not soo much space.


On the other hand, my birthday's coming up :smile: and that's a really nice coincidence... :mrgreen:


Hm ... next occasion then would be on Halloween: trick or iPod :???: instead of trick or treat...

Daniel
September 10th, 2006 at 05:25 PM
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Alanさん、


You rock! :cool: Thanks for the heads up!

Alan
September 10th, 2006 at 03:46 PM
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@Daniel Beck-san,

You can use quite a bit of HTML/XML type markup in iPod Notes. I expect that's what's being used for the new iPod iLearning Centre. I haven't tried it myself, but there's information out there including this.


Alan