The KSP project has been busy in the last two months with a major revision of the software, including some important bug fixes, new back-up facilities, and selection of Japanese keywords for the standard 2042 kanji in the KSP list.
A new version will be available very soon, and then posts and lessons will reappear here at the site.
I am also working on another language-learning project, which should allow users to design their own language-testing content and share it with others worldwide. The first two languages offered will be Japanese and English, and the idea will be that native speakers of each language will provide content (pictures and audio) for learners of that language. This will eventually link in to the 2042 Japanese keywords featured in KSP, so you optionally hear Japanese as you draw.
Thanks for your patience.