So, I’ve been working on some cool stuff. Still working on getting there, but it’s coming together.
However, that got me thinking, especially the kanji stuff. I REALLY hate 漢字. Well, I guess it’s more of a love/hate relationship. They’re so useful. Like, unnaturally so. But there’s so many of them. Just…Just so many of them.
So, I started looking into other means of learning them. RTK is way to dry, and even with Kanji Koohii, I’m just not a fan. Kanjidamage is fantastic, but I don’t want to learn Kanji with it (Jukugo on the other hand…). So, I’m back to square one again. Lazy Kanji isn’t working for me, and in general I’m kind of down. However, I think I found my new plan for kanji.
Yuuup. I was reading TextFugu (I get around boi.), and I saw him mention learning via Radicals. And while RTK uses the concept, I don’t like the layout. I knocked Kana out in a day by writing and using it. While infiniately less useful with radicals, I do think it’s an area I want to approach. Therefore, along with the stuff I’m making with the Kanji (Still top secret. However, it’ll start as a poster. :P) I’ll be making some posts breaking down radicals. I will also be “borrowing” (Five-finger discount son!) the grapheme-radicals that Schultzz uses. And, as an added bonus, I will probably be adding some sick rhymez (That’s hip-hop right?).
So, be tuned in for some cool stuff coming up, and also, stay on the path.
“Nihonshoki tanaka version” by Unknown – http://www.emuseum.jp/cgi/pkihon.cgi?SyoID=4&ID=w012&SubID=s000. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nihonshoki_tanaka_version.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Nihonshoki_tanaka_version.jpg