Soaringrabbit.com

A personal home page — featuring websites about games, animu and technology. SuitCase made it, but it's all kind of old.

Notice

Soaringrabbit.com used to be my main website, but it doesn't reflect my interests very well anymore. Today I blog at Baggage Claim, tweet at @SuitCase874 and spend almost all my time working on Bittersweet Candy Bowl, which has come a long way since I first linked it on the bottom of this webpage!

Major Sites

Soaring Rabbit

Perhaps the only Keio Yuugekitai (aka Keio Flying Squadron) website on the internet, Soaring Rabbit serves as an awfully educational resource if you ever wanted to learn about a small, insignificant, forgotten series of games forever lost deep in the confines of Sega’s history.

Rampaging Feline

A small informational site about “Di Gi Charat”, a Japanese animay. Instead of duplicating the work of hters, I have tried to provide unique and interesting stuff for fans of the series, as well as a bunch of image resources and scans from my collection.

SuitCase’s Quotes

A voluminous collection of IRC, message board and AIM quotes I’ve been compiling since 2001. I think they’re funny and nostalgic, but unless you know me or my friends well it’ll probably just confuse you.

Bombastic Bunny

A little blog with a specific purpose, featuring sporadic essays on gadgets and technology and software and other things that should exist but don’t. To be honest, though, it’s mostly about Apple.

Minor Sites

Soaringrabbit.com and everything within is maintained by SuitCase (Email link). All pages are written in HTML 4.01 Strict, and I do my best to make everything structural and clean. I don’t really care about copyrights, so do what you like with this content—but an email to let me know I did something you found worthwhile would be really cool. Almost all images generously provided by the talented TaeshiLH (Email link). There is also a feed that you can subscribe to that will notify you of any interesting updates to the site. Page last updated on the 9th of July, 2012 and at least 105,151 people have visited this page since December 2004!