Check out T for Translation 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 T for Translation to learn more about the TermWiki Widget.
Wacky Word Wednesday is back! Today’s word connects actor and comedian Mike Myers with emotions, his mother-in-law, and…Ashkenazi Jews? Read all about it at T for Translation!
Hey everyone! Stop by and learn a new word with today’s wacky word entry. Learn about what would qualify you to obtain an “aegrotat degree” and which countries are most likely to offer it. Stop on by and read all about it at T for Translation!
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 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!
Learn something new today with Wacky Word Wednesday! Today’s word is considered by some to be the “pioneer word for gadget,” used widely during the New Deal, and which may have been derived from the word that describes a Boy Scout’s “neckerchief fastener.” Still got questions? Stop on by to read all about it!
In love and friendship, the most important people in our lives will forgive us our foibles. But in war, a foible is a dangerous thing that can lead to death or worse if your swordplay isn’t up to snuff. Stop on by T for Translation for today’s Wacky Word Wednesday, where we discuss the origins of the word “foible” and its relationship to swords. See you there!