Why buy this expensive software?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Kanji Learning : One Thread
Doesn't it cost too much? 49.95 is a lot more than any textbook.
-- Mark Donaghue (email@example.com), July 18, 1998
When you consider all the hours and time and sweat that go into learning the kanji, any tool that can make a significant dent in that chunk of human effort clearly outweighs the relatively insignificant expense of KanjiCan. Anyway, textbooks are dull and boring. With KanjiCan, you can create your own stories, and then use the flashcard routine to make a game out of remembering them. How about having a little fun every once in a while?
-- Mark Donaghue (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 18, 1998.