23APR 2019
Medieval times language translation

Medieval times language translation

While today we consider Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz a pioneer or prodigy, during her own lifetime, she was often considered a legitimate social danger. This was in 17th-century colonial Mexico, when women weren’t meant to be intellectuals, write poetry, or pursue the sciences—all areas in which de la Cruz…

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03APR 2019
Modern poets poems

Modern poets poems

The poem of the mind in the act of finding What will suffice. It has not always had To find: the scene was set; it repeated what Was in the script. Then the theatre was changed To something else. Its past was a souvenir. It has to be living, to learn the speech of the place. It has to face the men of…
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14MAR 2019
Old words

Old words

Everybody has, on occasion, looked up a word in a dictionary and let their eye wander to the next word and thought: Really? There s a word for that? , whether it s the little plastic aglets on the end of your shoelaces or the nurdle of toothpaste squeezed onto your toothbrush in the morning. I have simply had that feeling more than most. In the end, I collected all the useful…

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19JUL 2014
English to ancient language translation

English to ancient language translation

When asked, most people have no idea that there are so many ancient languages that have graced historic times on this planet. At least 12 distinct languages are known to be over 3 years old, but that’s Greek to most people! Although many of these languages are now extinct – in that there are no more native speakers left – it must be noted that many have taken on different forms…

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04DEC 2018
Google Translate from English to English

Google Translate from English to English

Google Translate Chinese translation is weird/wrong C-English

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06FEB 2016
Find Translators

Find Translators

Ayana Ishiyama always thought she wanted to be a journalist. Two years ago, when she left her hometown in northern Japan to study abroad in the US, she signed up for journalism courses and wrote articles for the school newspaper to sharpen up her English skills. But while she loved interviewing people and sharing their stories, Ishiyama — now 22 — realized she didn’t like everything…

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14NOV 2015
Translator machine

Translator machine

Anybody who travels to a foreign country or reads a book or newspaper written in a language they don’t speak understands the value of a good translation. Yet, in the realm of Big Data, application developers face huge challenges when combining information from different sources and when deploying data-heavy applications to different types of computers. What they need is a good…

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13SEP 2016
Olden days words

Olden days words

Given that NaNoWriMo is almost upon us I thought I’d share a little writing trick that’s helped me heaps. I know you’re supposed to write 1, 667 words a day for NaNoWriMo but for many of us that’s just not possible. I wanted to reassure those of us who struggle to hit such high daily word targets. Plus when I discussed this method on Twitter quite a few people seemed to find…

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