Thinking about Reviving Mohawk Search Again

Hi guys. It’s been some time since I stopped Mohawk Search, but I am thinking of reviving it again in some way.

I am going to be renting a server and doing all that soon.
If you know any server that’s good that utilizes SSD, let me know! 🙂

I am thinking of using Elasticsearch as a service too…. Have to think about it…

Selling Sharp Zaurus SL-C700 with English Cacko ROM 1.23 eBay!

Selling Sharp Zaurus SL-C700 with English Cacko ROM 1.23 on eBay!


$80.00 Buy It Now!

Sharp Zaurus SL-C700 with English Cacko ROM 1.23 – Very Good Condition!

The Zaurus SL-C700 is modded so it has English Cacko ROM 1.23 on it.
This listing comes with original Sharp 100V AC Adapter and stylus.
The device has been tested thoroughly to work great.

We will ship by EMS with tracking and insurance.

For those who are in countries other than USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, India, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, please contact me if I can ship to your country, since there is restriction on shipping lithium-ion batteries overseas.

We can ship anywhere in the world if we remove the battery.

Or Buy At my Online Store! (cheaper!)

Bible Verses in my Thought Tonight

I was searching for something on Google, and came across this Bible verse:

Jeremiah 29:13 New Living Translation
If you look for me wholeheartedly, you will find me.

Crossed referenced was this Bible Verse:

Matthew 7:7 New International Version  “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.”

I know from experience that God truly opens doors when you ask for something and knock the doors. That is what He has been doing to me recently. Opening doors and giving me things I asked for… God is truly an awesome God.

I like Jeremiah 29:13 in New Living Translation since it has the word “wholeheartedly” in it. These days, I feel everybody is using SNS too much, and in a very shallow relationship, half-hearted. That may be a little tangent but still…

I read in a book I borrowed from the library the other day, information is very valuable when you actually go there on your foot. Also, the higher the price of the information, higher the worth is. I think this is true, aside from scams etc.

Ezekiel 34:11 New International Version
“‘For this is what the Sovereign LORD says: I myself will search for my sheep and look after them.

God is a Good Shepherd. He searches for sheep that are lost. He sure does.

Tsubasa Kato 7/26/2016

Book I am reading

So, I like to buy books and read them. And sometimes I buy books too much that it becomes 積ん読. But that is that.

I bought this book, AI時代の勝者と敗者 by Thomas H. Davenport & Julia Kirby.

I also bought several books and magazines on quantum computing and AI(Artificial Intellligence), and also one book about Solr. 

Last but not least, is Godel, Escher, Bach – an Eternal Golden Braid which was a book I wanted to read / own for some time. It’s a very thick book…. 

4th of July 2016

Well, I got a new equipment for my development use.

It’s a Inspiron 5000 series laptop, with Core i7 CPU. I bought it at Yamada Denki. I connected to my trusty BenQ monitor, but I pressed the power button a little firmly and the switch broke! Fortunately however, I have the LG 21.5inch monitor, so I’m using that. Maybe I’ll purchase another monitor when I feel like it .

I use the Inspiron 5000 connected to my SideWinder X4 keyboard, an Elecom 1600 dpi laser mouse, and LG 21.5 inch monitor.

I configured a lot of stuff today, Solr 6.0 on my Inspiron via VirtualBox, & CentOS 7 and also tried out neo4j on a hosted environment (graphenedb). So far so good.

The RAM is 8GB, but can be upgraded to 16GB, and the HDD is 2TB. This model has an optical drive, which was good for me (Blu-ray drive).

I also bought Category 7e cable to connect the Inspiron 5000 series to my router.

All for now.

Tsubasa Kato





It’s midnight here in Japan. Listening to a music I bought while in Starbucks, I am writing this post. It’s quite a catchy song. The day before yesterday, I went to Tokyo Institue of Technology to attend a Course in CUDA programming using their TSUBAME 2.5 supercomputer. I used ssh to login to the supercomputer, and had a great time, although the course was high level.

Yesterday, I went to the library to work on some YouTube search script, etc. I also switched my smartphone to Softbank from au. I selected Xperia Z5, although there was already the Xperia X out in the store where I bought the Z5. I prefer the Z5 since it has octa core and all. I also got to talk to Mikey after several weeks of not keeping in touch. 

Russian ARM chips

I was listening to the inside HPC podcast from 2014 yesterday, and what caught my attention was the Russian ARM Baikal Chips, which are said to be replacing Intel / AMD CPUs. According to the Nikkei Shimbun, the de facto standard of HPC is shifting towards ARM based ones. I wonder if that’s really true or not… But either way, it will be energy efficient, but GFlops wise? Not sure.

More about it here: