Tag - selfie



Japan Times
Dec 20, 2017
London cafe boasts 'Selfieccino' self portraits in froth
A cafe in London is taking barista art to a new level by giving customers the chance to sip on their own self-portraits.
Japan Times
LIFE / Digital / ON: TECH
Oct 15, 2017
Keeping an eye on new gadgets
Haro, the cute robot mascot of the anime series 'Mobile Suit Gundam,' is about to get real.
Japan Times
LIFE / Digital / ON: TECH
Jan 16, 2016
Smart ways to keep the smartphone in good shape
The attraction to Iina-inobe cables
Japan Times
Nov 28, 2015
Can Asian selfies democratize fashion?
'When I was growing up and reading magazines, I didn't see anybody that looked like me," fashion blogger Aimee Song says in a video on her Song of Style blog.
Japan Times
Aug 17, 2015
Perceived dangers posed by selfie sticks prompt bans at some tourist venues
As selfie sticks become popular among young people and foreign visitors, more tourist facilities in the Chubu region are banning them over the apparent dangers they can pose.
Japan Times
LIFE / Digital / ON: TECH
Aug 15, 2015
Olympus Air AO1 goes retro in a futuristic way; Don’t drink and ride; You may never look back after trying a selfie ‘phablet’
The Olympus Air AO1 goes retro in a futuristic way
Japan Times
LIFE / Lifestyle
Mar 6, 2015
Man finds girl of his dreams in the mirror
Keisuke Jinushi was tired of seeing social-networking snapshots of his friends with their girlfriends, at weddings or with their newborn children. He was single and felt like time was slipping away for him while everyone else was happily moving on with life. He wanted what they had, and to flaunt it...
LIFE / Language / THE BUZZ
Nov 23, 2013
A "selfie" is defined as "a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website." Oxford Dictionaries, publisher of the Oxford English Dictionary, last week named selfie as its 2013 word of the year.


Akiko Trush says her experience with the neurological disorder dystonia left her feeling like she wanted to chop her own hand off.
The neurological disorder that 'kills culture'