Please note that this video depicts, at 13:15, a bicyclist hazardously riding in the door zone, which corresponds exactly with the bike lane in which he is required to ride as described later in the video at 22:11. Genius.
It had not even occurred to me that I could receive catalogs and order items from Zuiun from overseas. Thank you for posting this! It looks like people who can read some Japanese or use a tool like Google Translate can also get into their system by filling out the form at http://www.kyoto-zuiun.com/formmail/formb.html, which I've just done. I have a feeling I'll be ordering from them soon. :)
I think one of the reasons I liked AdaCamp is because they talked a lot about just getting material out there about women working in the field -- whether it be a blog, article or other form of media. I felt like that was a good first step in changing the system. Interesting article and would be a good topic for this year's AdaCamp.
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