I would have forgotten all about this had a friend not reminded me. The mostly forgettable Summer, save for a few gems, is behind us. Unlike the previous season where I slacked off to solely concentrate on Code Geass, I'm going to at least try watching a couple more and who knows, pick up at least two shows to cover. Here's a brief look at my Autumn selections, referenced from various sources.
As I backup data from my desktop due to an unforeseen need to reformat, I'm going about the blogosphere to see what people thought about Code Geass' seemingly open-ended conclusion, in regards to Lelouch's fate. Both sides of the argument come off as convincing, to me at least, though I do not have an actual opinion on it myself partly due to how the questions that lingered my mind were already answered. I've decided to instead attempt to please both crowds and concoct my own conclusion, which should address the two key issues; Lelouch being dead and him being with C.C on the hay cart.
You probably saw it a mile away.
Wanna be part of, and I quote "a professional quality multi-author website (blog) on Japanese Entertainment culture"? Sadly this is not an annoucement for job vacancies at THAT or Sea Slugs!, but rather for a new site spearheaded by an associate, whose identity will remain a secret for the time being. If you've always wanted to strut your stuff but at the same time unwilling to go through the nitty gritty of setting up your own blog, here's your chance to do so now!
Also, before you start to looking away, do take note that you will be compensated! That's right, the admin is providing some form of remuneration for your efforts, so you have absolutely no reason not to try it out.
Sounds like a great idea to me, though I just hope this doesn't spark an unhealthy trend for those already in team blogs to start asking their bosses for payment Head over to Oi, Hayaku! for further details.