As the world’s largest terminology wiki, TermWiki.com is proud to sponsor this unique terminology competition. You have the opportunity to introduce and share new terms that will shape the future growth of your field. Your personal online profile will expand and strengthen with your participation. Plus, you are entered to win a brand new iPad Air!
Hi all! We’re back with TermWiki’s iPad 2 winner from last week, Dmitry Kornyukhov (welovedoka). Dmitry was gracious enough to allow us to pick his brain a bit about TermWiki. Read today’s interview to see what Dmitry has to say about TermWiki, social networking, and what he hopes for the future! After reading, don’t forget to congratulate Dmitry and leave your thoughts in our comments section!
Hi everyone! This summer TermWiki.com has been encouraging users to build up their fan bases to create closer and stronger community ties by way of a contest. Today marks the end of the contest, and the user with the largest fan base has been awarded a brand-new iPad2! Tune in to T for Translation to see who we should extend our congratulations to!
Hi everybody. Summer at the TermWiki headquarters has been a busy one! Check out today’s blog post to get the latest updates about the world’s fastest growing social learning network. Today’s post offers a run-through of the newest features and the inside scoop on how to get your hands on a free iPad2…check it out at T for Translation!
It’s official: the Term Master of 2010 is ready to be announced to the world. Stop on by for an exclusive interview with the translator who entered more than 10,000 terms and translations into TermWiki.com, securing her position as a linguistic expert and the proud new owner of a Samsung Galaxy Pad. Stop on by and check out her story!
Check out the first edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, in which we discuss the word “Schadenfreude.” You ever heard of it? Stop on by and find out what it means! Also, if you’ve got good writing skills, you can enter our Wacky Word Contest for a chance to win a $15 gift certificate at Amazon.com. It’ll only take a few minutes, and it’s definitely worth your time.