Bijo Linux – Photo Site Where Girls Are Displaying Linux Commands

Bijo Linux [J] is a new website offers Tokyo girls holding up a signboard showing one Linux command. The Japanese word “Bijo” means “beautiful lady”.

Every time you reload the page, a different girl with a different Linux command will be shown up. Each photo comes with the girl’s nickname, dob, blood type(how important!), occupation, hobby, etc.

The list of girls/commands are here.

You may also use a blog widget to show them on your blog.

Other apps like iPhone/iPad applications are planned.

The site is run by Linux Japan [J], a company established in 2009. Despite the name, the company does not seem to officially represent Linux but provides Linux training/consulting.

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Press Release [J]

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Joker Racer – “Truly-Remote” Control Car Over The Internet


A team of Joker Racer, a project by Tokyo-based Jokerworks Corp. to make remote control cars (and possibly real cars) controlled over the internet to provide virtual-but-real driving experience by using on-car linux and web cam, is visiting the Silicon Valley for their demonstration trip including O’Reilly Where 2.0 and Ignite + Launch Pad.

Yoski Akamatsu, a project leader of the Joker Racer, is known by his web company SideFeed Inc. and its RSS feed related services [J], some of which are also provided in English.


Joker Racer is also presented at the last Tokyo2point0 in bilingual (Japanese/English).