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!
This week on Simply CSOFT, learn about automatic terminology extraction and how it can impact your terminology management. CSOFT’s Uwe Muegge details just what a difference automatic terminology extraction can make, so come check it out!
Check out Simply CSOFT to learn about TermWiki’s latest release, the TermWiki Widget. Uwe Muegge, CSOFT Senior Tools Strategist, details the benefits of the widget from ease of use to customizability. If you’re ready to revolutionize your online terminology management, then head on over to Simply CSOFT to learn more about the TermWiki Widget.
Hey all! Stop on by to check out today’s easy to read blog post on Four Reasons why You’ll Love TermWiki! Feel free to choose from one of three categories to find out how to use TermWiki to best accommodate your needs and interests: TermWiki for general users, for translators, or TermWiki Corporate Edition. Happy Reading!
Hi everyone! Today’s post is a TermWiki cheat sheet of all the useful features TermWiki has to offer. Stop by to learn about Term in the News, the latest TermWiki Forum, and My Glossary. For translators, the TermWiki toolbar and workbench might be especially helpful. Check it out, and have a happy Friday!
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!
The fourth issue of “Your Own Terms,” the biweekly comic about Sir Terminus: Crusader of Logic, Manly Valor, and Multilingual Terminology Management. In this week’s issue, Terminus helps a coworker standardize their glossary with a –let’s just say– “unusual” method of file conversion.