Net-Translators to Exhibit at Localization World Vancouver this October Localization World brings together delegates who are engaged in the business of adapting products, services and communications to an international language or culture so as to appear native to that particular region. Speakers at the conference include ... 10/7/2014 - 10:47 am | View Link
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 ... 08/8/2014 - 12:16 pm | View Link
Iraq Diary, Pt. 26: Iraqi Translators Bridge Dangerous Divide Those units deal with local civilians every day. Often the encounters are tense, complicated by barriers of language and culture and fear. This week, in his latest Iraq Audio Diary, Major Eric Olsen talks with one of the local interpreters who serve as ... 04/22/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
sidewalk sidewalk - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions 12/19/2014 - 1:24 pm | View Website
Watcher Vault One of Christian researcher David Flynn’s more profound articles, An Occult Translation of the Roswell Event is finally available to you here at WatcherVault.com. 12/19/2014 - 7:33 am | View Website
Audio Vault In a special online supplement to Conjunctions:63, Speaking Volumes, Conjunctionseditor Bradford Morrowdelivers his talk “A Broken Set of Dickens” (47:06), on his ... 12/19/2014 - 4:27 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 ... 12/18/2014 - 11:12 pm | View Website
Urban Dictionary: culture jamming Culture Jamming is the act of subverting mass media or communication to produce negative commentary on it’s self. It is a form of social activism. 12/18/2014 - 9:10 pm | View Website
Le Corbusier, one of the 20th century’s defining architects, a controlling visionary with a complicated and contradictory personality, has long had a divisive legacy. Steadfast in his belief that “architecture only exists when there is poetic emotion,” he designed landmarks of enduring significance. His 1931 Villa Savoye, a hovering white box in Poissy, France, has long been celebrated as an icon of modernism.
Are you unhappy with your pickle fork? Do you wish there were a more useful stand upon which to rest your accordion? Would you prefer an artificial leech to the real thing? Does your hat often get stepped upon whilst resting on the floor at the theater? Do you tire easily and long for a rotary hair-brushing machine?
James Carroll goes to painstaking lengths in his new book, “Christ Actually,” to confront millennia of undisguised anti-Semitism, scriptural fabrications and tactical misreadings of history, all of which have prevented an informed understanding of Jesus of Nazareth. Using historical and scriptural analysis, Carroll urges the Christian faithful to reexamine their theologies through a lens that begins with Jesus’s identity as a Jew among Jews, whose collective survival was repeatedly and brutally threatened by the Roman Empire during and immediately after Jesus’s lifetime.
Well over a century after he first appeared in a London magazine, the great detective Sherlock Holmes is more popular than ever. Some of his latter-day incarnations are in pastiche forms and settings that his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, could not have imagined — Holmes and Dr. John
For several years, I’ve enlisted some poor reviewer to plow through a dozen new Christmas novels and write them up with as little Scroogy annoyance as she can manage. Almost without exception, the books were treacly tales of unexpected Christmas Eve reuions (missing sons; dogs) or cozy stories of North Pole murders (poison cookies; reindeer horn impalings). All of them seemed to evaporate as quickly as Christmas cider.