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!
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!
Happy Friday, everyone! Before you set off for the weekend, stop by the blog to help us countdown to TermWiki’s one millionth term! It has been an incredible experience thus far, and we’d like to take this opportunity to share with you some fun facts about TermWiki’s progress. We couldn’t have done it without you all! Stop on by 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!
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!
Today’s blog is in wake of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan last Friday, with an update on our Japanese linguistic team. Read for more details and links on where to donate/ volunteer to support the relief efforts. Keep Japan and all its residents in your thoughts!
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!