Wednesday, October 22, 2008

For Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Our first message to Midori, the plant!!! "Greetings to you plant, Midori. I've never communicated directly with a plant before. This is a very exciting development to me. I am very pleased to meet you. I will treat all vegetation with greater respect from now on. I hope you can visit my blog "Bring Back the Dodo!" ( on Google's Blogger site ( There I have a special link to Flora called "Floralinks". I will include link to your site and the BBC story that brought me to you. Sorry that this message is in English, but my Japanese is not so good. Hope you are well and it is sunny tomorrow. Love, ******"

OOPS! Apparently the link does not connect to Midori. We were contacted by Masakazu OHTSUKA. Here is his response.

Dear ******,Hello,I'm a member of KAYAC Inc. (,the company which created the blogging plant system.Sorry I'm not the plant itself ;-pThanks for the contact and for your blog entry!The English blogging plant's English "about" page is here. be more information for you.There isn't any way to directly talk with Midori,but we have a blog widget here for you to show it on your blog.
(The Widget appears on the right-hand side of the blog. If you'd like us to email you the widget, contact us here).

--Masakazu OHTSUKA

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