Friday, October 4, 2019

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Sony NW-A55 Walkman Digital Music Player Review

Sony NW-A55 Walkman Digital Music Player Review

So, the other day I went to K's Denki, a local electronics store I like to go to, which is near my house. I have wanted a MP3 player for a while since I sold my silver Sony Walkman to my dad a while back. I was thinking of a model with buttons, but I decided touch-screen model might be alright too. I finally decided to get a Sony NW-A55 in metallic blue. I really like the color, and must get a screen protector soon. 

Alright, here comes the real review. 
For connection with a Mac, I am using the Content Transfer for Mac. The transfer speed of this device when copying Podcasts from Mac OS X's podcast downloaded by iTunes is very fast; I could copy 300+ tracks very quickly (with doubles, but that is automtically detected so it saves time!)

I am listening to Ed Sheeran's new album, No.6, and the songs come up very lively. I think you can't get this audio quality on an iPhone. (I have iPhone 6s right now and used iPhone XS). 

The microSDXC slot on the NW-A55 is expandable to 128GB officially. I would like to try an 256GB or 512GB card if it becomes available cheap in the future.... ;-)

The sound quality of NW-A55 is good enough so that even with my $50.00 audio technica headphone becomes very rich and lively sound. I will listen to the same songs with my Sony noise cancelling headphone I bought in Atlanta, Georgia back in 2018. I think it will sound terrific.

Well, that's my quick review.

Tsubasa Kato 

Friday, May 17, 2019

Lockheed DIALOG video (online information retrieval system in 60’s)

Lockheed DIALOG video (online information retrieval system in 60’s)

I’ve been studying information retrieval systems from the 60’s and 70’s and I found a video on YouTube about Lockheed DIALOG.

Enjoy!

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

CSA SHOGI for Windows Version 6.0



This is me playing a very quick game of Shogi against Bonanza (A very popular free Shogi software in Japan).

I captured the video using Windows 10's built in video capture utility.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018