Sony Playstation shortage predicted
PSPs hard to find
THE PORTABLE PLAYSTATION from Sony appears to be so rare and sought after that finding machines is turning into a quest, according to a report.
Sony, while scoring massive points on the PR/hype front for the PSP, seems to have lost out on the distribution front with huge shortages predicted.
Japan’s ITMedia news service reports that Sony has already told major retailers about the number of systems that they will be getting in time for launch and many are complaining that they will not have any. …
School lunches teach kids to eat right
….the School Lunch Law was implemented 50 years ago, meals schools provided for students have diversified to a surprising degree as part of an effort on the part of educators to make children think more about what and how they eat….
Digital broadcasting catching on quickly
….the nation will mark its first anniversary on Dec. 1 as an increasing number of customers tune in to the new service and digital TV set sales continue to be brisk.
But some hurdles must be cleared before 2011, when the current analog format TV broadcasting will be replaced….
Table Tennis: ‘Ai-chan’ leads Japan’s charge at world junior meet
Ai Fukuhara, who finished in the last 16 at the Athens Olympics, helped Japan advance past the preliminary round of the women’s team competition Sunday on the opening day of the table tennis world junior championships.
Jenkins to begin new life of freedom
…. Jenkins goes through a week of processing for his dishonorable discharge from the military, the family plans to move in early December to the city of Sado on the island.
Mayor Koichiro Takano said earlier that Jenkins wants to work and settle in Sado with his wife and their two daughters.
”The release is delightful. The government plans to provide as much support as possible”….