Fun and learning are a great combination. You get to enjoy yourself now, and take some knowledge with you into the future. With that in mind, here’s another website recommendation. As part of the Yomiuri Shimbun Online Geek Section, there’s a fun column called “Monita’s Digital Dictionary“, it isn’t really a dictionary at all, but a place where a dog (yes, a dog) has articles that discuss, expound on and define everything from what a device driver is to the latest cool words being used online in general and by Japanese internet nerds in particular. It’s a lot of fun, and there’s always a humorous little comic that goes with it. Without gushing, this really is an inspiringly lucid example of technical writing or at least writing on a technical subject.The author, KARASAWA Nawoki, also maintains his own site. Tell him Khatzumoto sent you.
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