The list is at Yuletyde.wordpress.com
- The series on my first day in Korea in 2009 (posts 46 to 52). I planned twelve parts but completed only seven. The "story", as I saw it, was somewhat worth recording in its own right. It certainly worth telling, I felt, when viewed from the perspective of several years later and knowing so much more. Specific memories fade, but knowledge accumulates.
- Regrettably, post-290 is the only one about Japan following my time there. Many other posts relate to Japan, but only secondarily.
- Despite intending to, I wrote nothing about my day in Manila in August 2014, or the many news places I visited in 2015, including Australia, Fiji, and Hawaii in August 2015.
- My Baekdu-Daegan Mountain Trail (crosscountry trail across Korea) posts in September and October 2013. I am not sure how satisfied I am with how these came out. A great trip, and I'd like to finish the second half.
- I am more interested in Europe than Asia, but since I started this only in 2013, when I was in Korea, there is a lot about Korea. Some, like post-268, and post-248 reflect my interest in Germany, the European country I know most about, having lived there and speaking the language at an intermediate level.
- I've done many other things worth writing about in 2015 but most have gone unremarked upon on these pages. You can see a real slowdown starting in June 2015. Generally, post slowdowns occur in summer, when I am traveling, and when something new comes up that focuses all my attention.
- The Internet is unstable. I wonder if anyone remembers "Geocities"? It was an early website hosting platform, now totally gone, but in 1999 it reportedly was the third-most-visited website. I even made a webpage on it around year 2000 about The Simpsons. It is completely gone. Geocities webpages are all gone. The same is true today, in different ways. Content disappears all the time. Notably Youtube videos. Several that I posted about disappeared, for whatever reason. A notable case is post-197, about the group that spearheaded the Ukraine revolution in February 2014. The video has disappeared, but my transcription survives, for whatever this may be worth.