Ryota's Old Daybook: Language Arts & Basic English
  What Is a Trackback?

"Trackback" is the name of a new system for making connections to other persons' daybooks. If you come across an interesting writing when you are reading someone's weblog, you may put your opinion about her or his writing, with a bookmark, onto YOUR weblog, send a special sign named "ping" to the special place which takes care of the connection, and then you will see a short statement under the interesting part on HIS or HER weblog.

This is my first attempt of making a "trackback." I'm happy to see that Mr. Ohyama is writing, on his weblogs, about my Daybook.




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기초 영어 or Baza Angla. If you have knowledge of 850 English words, you may have a good time reading this daybook, Ryota's day-to-day notes, in Basic English, for college-level learners of English as a second or overseas language. Notes are generally on English or other languages, American or other writers or writings, and music or motion pictures based on those writings.

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