Otaku (おたく/オタク) is a Japanese term that refers to people with obsessive interests.
Melonpan, a geek from Switzerland who has been amusing the internet for the past few years with his antics.
Melonpan’s schtick is that he’s as outrageous as they come—and he’s pretty damn outrageous. He certainly is worthy of the honor (honor?) a 2ch blog recorded yesterday: “The Craziest Otaku in the World” (世界で一番クレイジーなオタク).The Craziest Otaku in the World
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Stationery merchants J.C. and Rollie Hall ran into a problem during the 1917 holiday season: they ran out of the white, red, and green tissue papers that were the era’s standard gift dressing.
Poking around the shop, Rollie found a stack of fancy French paper meant for lining envelopes. He placed the lining paper in a showcase and priced it at 10 cents a sheet.
The paper sold out instantly.
The Global Language Monitor, which publishes an annual list of the year’s top English words, has compiled a ranking of the most popular business terms.
Not surprisingly, the hottest business words of 2013 are overwhelmingly about the Internet. ”Content” far and away tops the list, followed by “social media.” “The cloud,” “big data,” and “ping” also made the cut.
So, moving forward, we plan to utilise robust social media content, big data, and the cloud to literally provide transparency and seamlessly impact sustainability.