Miyoko

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (2 of 3)
Location: California
Birthday: Dec 8
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 462,644 - Total Helpful Votes: 2 of 3
4.0 out of 5 stars some people love it, some people despise it., March 2 2004
kind of depends who you are, what you're interests are, where you are at in life and what you are open to. i THOROUGHLY enjoyed this film. For me it brought up all the feelings and emotions of what it is to be the lost american in a society they don't fully understand or blend into. Aside from that is all that goes into a relationship and the definitions of love, friendship, companionship. Some think it's almost racist, I think it's more culture clash. I think it's done in that way to show HOW different cultures can be. I really enjoyed this film, but I also know people who TRULY HATED it, and I can also understand why they hated it. It's definitely not for everyone. I think it's… Read more
Put A Flavor To Love ~ Janet and Her Parlor Boy Klein
Put A Flavor To Love ~ Janet and Her Parlor Boy Klein
5.0 out of 5 stars i love their music!, March 2 2004
If you ever want to go back in time, and put a smile on your face, just put in a Janet Klein album and enjoy. We were lucky enough to have them play our wedding and they set the entire scene and created a truly magical evening under carnival lights and the stars. They are a delight on CD as well as live. Their on stage personas carry through their lives and you find they are geniune fun people who just love to play wonderful music.
Design of Everyday Things by Donald Norman
Design of Everyday Things by Donald Norman
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars super interesting, March 2 2004
great for artists, designers, programmers, architects, actually pretty much anyone who has an interest in they way things work, creative process, and design.
This challenges the notion of lazy design, and goes against the issue of designing things the same way becuase that's the way it's always been done. Rewinds the design process and starts over. Shows design flubs and goes through the thought process and the intentions behind them. VERY interesting book, love the photographs and diagrams.