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bio website nevan.net
location Chiba Prefecture, Japan
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Learning iPhone programming as I go. Here are the iPhone apps I've written:

Mapmarks: An app for saving places you want to find again later.
http://mapmarks.org/

New York Art: A gallery browser & event finder for New York.
http://nevan.net/newyorkart

Tokyo Art: A gallery browser and event finder for Tokyo, in English and Japanese).
http://nevan.net/tokyoart

Starbucks Search: A Starbucks store finder for Japan.
http://nevan.net/starbucks/


Jun
9
revised Use of the particle を to mean where something is going?
added a link
Jun
9
answered Use of the particle を to mean where something is going?
Jun
8
comment How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
I thought 遅刻する was intentional at first, but then I changed my mind. Now I'm wondering which is right.
Jun
8
revised How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
corrected a mistake, added info
Jun
8
revised How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
corrected a word
Jun
8
answered How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
Jun
8
revised とっても versus とても
added 203 characters in body
Jun
8
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Nice explanation.
Jun
8
answered とっても versus とても
Jun
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
7
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Is できなつた the same as できるようになった? I wonder if they were supposed to change those bit つs, why are they still using them in current laws?
Jun
7
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
So before the Heisei, they used a big つ in written laws, then they switched to the same use of っ as everyone else?
Jun
7
revised How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
added 168 characters in body
Jun
7
answered How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Jun
7
revised What exactly is “なの” (nano)?
Nicer formatting
Jun
7
answered What exactly is “なの” (nano)?
Jun
7
awarded  Beta
Jun
7
answered The many ways to write {かっこいい}
Jun
6
comment What is the equivalent of “alphabetical order” in Japanese?
@flamingspinach Yeah, eh. Pretty catchy though.
Jun
6
asked Difference between -ていく and -てくる