Hi everyone! We’re back with another Wacky Word Wednesday. If you’re a foodie of any degree or just like learning new words, check out today’s post to read more about verjuice, an acidic concoction used during medieval times for culinary and medicinal purposes. Learn more about how the word has transformed over the years at Simply CSOFT!
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 Simply CSOFT!
Check out today’s interview with computer programmer and app developer, Jo Overline. You may have already heard of (and downloaded) the popular iPhone app Ugly Meter, but do you know about the creators behind this success? In today’s interview, Jo talks about his latest project, Wordicus, a multilingual word game that connects individuals across countries and languages. Check it out today!
Today’s guest blog features Sophie as she talks about her views on language and culture. Born and raised in France, currently residing in sunny California, US, and fluent in French, English, and Japanese, Sophie shares her experience living in Bahrain for a summer. A lot of love for internationalism! Read more about Sophie’s thoughts and impressions today, and don’t forget to leave a comment!
Like salty snacks? Check out today’s Wacky Word Wednesday post on selmelier, a salt expert. Learn about the man who coined this term and his love for all things salt. Ever wonder where spilling salt got such a bad rep? Read about it here and find out how Leonardo da Vinci is connected with this salty superstition!
Ready, set… GO! TermWiki’s Language Race has officially started. It’s free, it’s fun, it’s unpredictable. All it takes is a small surge of language-lovin’ contributors around the globe to shake up the results. Learn more about it at Simply CSOFT!