Flaming is the act of posting messages that are deliberately hostile and insulting. In Japan we say "炎上" (enjyo), it means the same as flaming. I wrote before about Nathans trouble. At first the part-time worker's blog was flaming, and finally Nathans site was attacked by otaku. And I remember "Enoden bus" one. A woman was pulled over to the curb by an Enoden bus and shouted at from the vehicle's microphone by the driver. Her husband wrote a complaint about the Enoden bus about it on his blog, then the driver and his boss visited him and apologized to him and her. He should have stopped, but he uploaded those two guy's photos and wrote their real names, then kept complaining on his blog. Also some witnessess noticed his writing was different from the fact. So his blog was flaming. Since he replied trollish comment to some criticism, flaming went so bad quickly and his blog had to the end for just one day. Since he wrote individual information of Enoden bus employee, it got to be the matter of the question of responsibility, then he had to quite his job (college employee) in the end. I don't think his blog was so popular, flaming may happen to any body's blog. It's scary.
"炎上"=Flaming is divided into more details now, 1.BOYA(small fire) : After the flaming, the blog return to normal. 2.HANSHO(partial loss by fire) : close comments and TrackBack and return to one way communication web 1.0 type site. 3. ZENSHO (burn out) : the site close. Ha ha ha, It's interesting.
Tanken.com is the great historical photo and picture collection site, the first link contains historical photos (warning :including crucifixion scene) and the second link has old Tokyo photos. Not only Japanese, Indian erotic pics, prohibition law pics etc. I like this most. It's Daikannon temple in MIE pref. This is the God for protecting cancer. I don't know why there is frog orchestra.