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robotic life signs.
makes noise, hears sounds, intafon.
affe auf deux roues.

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20080126120743_w810i.jpgJust finished up version 1.0 of the Japanese Syllabary Flash Card for the Chumby. It was approved in its version 0.1 stage last week, but unfortunately, when you update a widget, it has to be approved again for public viewing. Perhaps after the big official Chumby launch there will be different tier developer permissions, some of which would allow for updating already approved widgets without further approval. I guess we shall see about that. So, I expect this one to go public again on Monday. I’ll post the link for the Chumby site page for it once it is up again. In the meantime, you can view a non-configurable version on my site at http://www.plasticstare.com/nihongo/syllabaryflashcard.html. The photo is of a slightly earlier version than the current one, but it looks pretty much the same. The Chumby widget allows you to view Hiragana or Katakana (or random), allows you to choose which of the Romaji and symbol to view first, and allows you choose which character sets you wish to view (and defaults to a,i,u,e,o,ka,ki,ku,ke,ko, and ga,gi,gu,ge,go).

Update: the chumby widget can be found at http://www.chumby.com/guide/widget/Japanese Syllabary Flash Card. Enjoy!