I don’t need to write in detail what’s going in Japan. I was on holiday this weekend when we saw the news on CNN. First thing I did of course was to check that all our friends in Japan are OK. Fortunately this indeed was the case. It was such a relieve to hear everyone was OK, aside from the shock. It will take time until everything in Japan gets back to normal and during this time there will be some delays in deliveries from Japan. Naturally the goal is that the shipments will be delivered as per usual, but it is very likely that there will be delays. Should you have any inquiries about this or about your order, please contact us and we’ll get back to you accordingly. Keep Japan in your thoughts and if you are wondering what can you do, there are many ways to help. One such way is by making a donation to Japan relief fund of Red Cross via Apple’s iTunes. As said, keep Japan in your thoughts and stay tuned for updates.
So who’s on Ping? I only got myself enrolled to the latest social media network courtesy of Apple. I am still just getting around Ping and its musical world of wonders. Not that I’m a rookie to iTunes or anything but I’m still just getting around the whole functionality and actual usage of the service. The other thing is that I’ve only managed to find one of my friends from the entire service. Yeah, I follow Diddy and U2, but that’s about it. It would seem that even majority of the artists have not found their way to Ping yet. Within here lies the problem. Will these artists and masses adopt the service and make their own? It was not long ago that I was still finding messages on Facebook from people finding it difficult to adapt to the world of Facebook after abandoning Myspace.