Mother 3 Fan Translators Offer Their Work To Nintendo For Free Mother 3, the Earthbound sequel that never made its way to the United States, was translated by fans. Those fans are now offering their translation to Nintendo for free. The translation was released in 2008, and it was completed over the course of many ... 04/20/2013 - 7:51 am | View Link
Will translators get replaced by computers? For clients in national intelligence, MT research now represents a potential magical fix for the shortfall of Arabic translators. One developer, Language Weaver, has clients in the Department of Defense and law enforcement who pay anywhere from $20,000 to ... 01/8/2006 - 11:00 am | View Link
The Transmission of Buddhist Culture: The Kizil Grottoes ... The Transmission of Buddhist Culture: The Kizil Grottoes and the Great Translator Kumārajīva Buddhist Cave Art Preserving Profound Persian and Indian Influences 09/2/2014 - 10:41 am | View Website
Audio Vault On August 28, 2010, the Montauk Bookshop hosted a reading for Conjunctions:54, Shadow Selves(Spring 2010). This special event celebrated the creative process that ... 09/2/2014 - 7:06 am | View Website
Cracking the Vault: Vault Client Search Issue Problem. In certain environments users can encounter errors when searching within the Vault Collaboration 2011 Update 1 and Vault Professional 2011 Update 1 client ... 09/2/2014 - 6:52 am | View Website
Ferengi The Ferengi / f ə ˈ r ɛ ŋ ɡ i / are a fictional extraterrestrial race from the Star Trek universe. They first appeared in "The Last Outpost", the fifth episode ... 09/1/2014 - 9:45 am | View Website
Poster Fallout 3 Edit. Most of the posters seen in Fallout 3 are advertisements, and are seen pasted onto walls in the game world as decal textures. They are also seen in ... 09/1/2014 - 8:55 am | View Website
Sometimes you get the bear, and sometimes the bear gets you. But it’s hard to tell who won in “Crap Taxidermy” (Ten Speed, $12.99). It’s a new photo book drawn from Kat Su’s ghoulishly hilarious Web site, CrappyTaxidermy.com. This is not be confused with Adam Cornish’s Web site, CrapTaxidermy.com, which this month has inspired its own equally surreal photo book, “Much Ado about Stuffing” (Andrews McMeel, $9.99).
Tick-tock, you bone clock. Yeah, you’re a spirit stuck in time, tethered to a dying animal. The most inventive among us try to divine a way out of our skeletal boxes, hence world religions and fantasy writers.