Today’s post features an interview with Inna Geller of Geller Translation Services on translation risk management. Find out more about risk management and how this applies to translation and localization processes by reading Inna’s insightful interview at Simply CSOFT!
Hi everyone! Check out the latest Wacky Word from Simply CSOFT! Today’s word gives ode to newspaper comic strips with H.T. Webster’s The Timid Soul. Read more to learn about the word, milquetoast, how it’s modern-day meaning came to be, and how this is connected to Sunday comics. See you there!
Hiya everyone! We’re back with more wacky-ness with today’s Wacky Word post. If you’ve ever misheard or misinterpreted song lyrics, then this is the post for you. Check it out to learn about a situation that everyone can relate to: singing along to your favorite song with made-up lyrics. Hey, they’re close enough, right? More at Simply CSOFT, so stop on by today!
Hey everyone! Before you go and have yourself a great weekend, don’t forget to check out today’s localization quiz on Simply CSOFT! Find out how much you know about the localization industry, including different translation tools, terminology, and general facts. Take the challenge and see how localicious you are!
Hey everybody! We’re back with another Wacky Word Wednesday. Today’s wacky word goes hand-in-hand with last week’s word, fletcherize, which means to thoroughly and and slowly chew your food. If, at the end of the day, there’s nothing more you’d like to do than head to your local pub and quaff a brew, then check out today’s wacky word for some good reading!
Hi everyone! We’re back with another Wacky Word today.. .if you’ve ever been told you eat too fast, come on by and read today’s blog post. Learn why millions of Americans in the late 1800s/early 1900s were counting the number of times they chewed their food and how saliva helps your digestive system. The human body works in mysterious ways… Check it out today!
Hi everyone! Wednesday is upon us once more, so stop by to check out today’s Wacky Word Wednesday. We were feeling a bit wacky and a bit poetic, so we decided to combine the two… Tune in for more about clerihews, Edmund Clerihew Bentley and Humphry Davy’s strong dislike of gravy. Check it out!
Hey everyone, we’re back again with another Wacky Word Wednesday! Today’s word talks about Greek mythology, brings us among the stars, and touches upon a Cherokee legend. Check it out and let us know if you have any theories about how it ties in with Snow White’s seven dwarfs! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi everyone! We’re here with today’s Wacky Word Wednesday, a word full of magic, exploration, and a stench you can smell for miles! Read all about the discovery of the world’s first tobacco leaves, Columbus’ exploration and how this led to a sailor’s smoking addiction, and a malodorous wizard in the world of Harry Potter. Stop by today!
Hi everyone! We’re halfway through the week, which is the perfect time to stop by and check out today’s Wacky Word! If you’ve ever had an embarrassing story involving getting stuck in a mud pit, then this is the word for you. And if not, it never hurts to expand your vocabulary. Check it out today!
Hey y’all, stop on by today to check out this week’s Wacky Word Wednesday. Ever wonder where crossword puzzles began? And what the difference was between a North American puzzle and an Australian one? More here, as well as an introduction to TermWiki’s latest feature, TermBea!
Wacky Word Wednesday is back with today’s word, lily-livered. Stop on by to learn about the ancient Greeks’ belief that the body was composed of four main liquids, or humors, and how this determined individual personality traits. Read on to see how the Middle Ages and the Elizabethan era were affected by this belief…and how Shakespeare incorporated it into his plays! See you there!