When I was invited as a “contributor writer” of Fukushima Diary, I was still in Yokohama, and had no idea how this website works.
3 years have passed. Now I’m settled in Romania (sometimes) and got to collaborate with a local web-designing company.
You can’t drink tap water of Romania, but they have the fastest internet and the engineers have the highest skill in the world (and cheaper than Japan).
The situation is always changing. 3 Trillion Bq of All β nuclide leaks from a tank and the next day 90 children have thyroid disease in Fukushima.
I believe Fukushima Diary is a communication tool for me and 10,000 readers / day, who don’t forget about Fukushima.
In order to be able to focus on what is mattering now, and also grab the overview across the topics from the main page, I decided to renew the design.
It wasn’t an easy way to come to this point all the time, but I can finally get Fukushima Diary the new disguise.
I’ve always wanted this site to be called a “new site”, not just a “blog”.
I’m going to close this site temporarily in 2 hours from this article is posted, and will take 3 hours to do something.
so I’m coming back in 5 hours from now.
I hope the new look will help the world a little better.
Thank you all the time.Iori Mochizuki You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.