About the site

Q. Why did you name your site "The Town of Runawynd"?
A. Runawynd is the name of an important province in an original story I used to write. It was the hometown of the lead character, actually.

Q. "Run-a-wind?"
A. No, Runawynd is pronounced Roo-nuh-wind or Rune-uh-wind. Honestly, I'm not that picky of a person, but...

Q. Which program do you use to make your website with?
A. I use Adobe Dreamweaver and Notepad for my coding. For the designs, I use Adobe Photoshop CS6. I also use FileZilla to get my local stuff uploaded to the FTP server. And Dreamhost for all my hosting needs (they are awesome!). And Winamp, because I always have my music playing when I'm working on a site!

Q. Don't you ever get bored of your website?
A. Heck, no! Experimenting with design and coding is a joy that I could (and have) spend countless hours on. (I could probably go on about how fun web designing is, but I won't. Besides, I wouldn't want you getting bored.)

Q. Can I link to your site?
A. By all means, help yourself!

About game music

Q. Where do you buy your video game soundtracks?
A. I buy them all online from stores straight from Japan. (I am VERY careful about buying the real things, rather than the artificial bootleg junk.) When I'm in Japan, I usually shop at Japan's Tower Records. If I'm abroad, I used to buy from PlayAsia, too. For more sites I like to shop at, head to the links page.

Q. Where do you get your video game piano sheet music?
A. I google search it, find page scans amongst musicians inner dwellings on the web, or I buy video game sheet music books online. I have links to a few of the places I go on the links page, if you're interested.

Q. How long have you been playing piano?
A. Since I was seven. The math's all yours.

About photography

Q. What kind of camera do you have?
A. I have a digital Cannon Powershot S2 1S.

Q. How long have you been into photography?
A. Since September 2004.