ZDNet: Linux gets that Tokyo glowNov 03, 2000, 23:58 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Evan Leibovitch)
"There aren't a whole lot of really tall buildings downtown here. From the 22nd story of an office tower you can see the city totally spread out around you for miles, until your vision is stopped either by the horizon, the clouds, or the pollution."
"It was in a meeting room with this vista, earlier this week, where the Linux Professional Institute's Japanese wing took flight and announced to the world the availability for the first time of the LPI's certification exams in a language other than English. Forgetting the fact that I seemed to have spent more time flying to Japan than actually staying there last weekend, the trip left me somewhat awestruck."