What's Bugging You?

What's bugging me? I'll tell you what's bugging me. It's when my dashboard dials stop working right.

My first car was a 1978 Datsun B210 sedan that I bought when I was in graduate school. It was a very simple vehicle with nothing fancy on it. But it did have a few, um, quirks. I bought it in the bitterly cold winter of 1983 and promptly spun it in a 360 degree circle in an intersection in Loveland, Colorado late at night after visiting with my then-fiance (and now wife) Deb. Almost all of my interesting car stories come from that car, whom we had dubbed "Elliot."

Translation and Localization, Too Overcomplicated?!

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Not all translation service buyers have the same needs. Requirements differ depending on where companies are in their global evolution. With varying needs and priorities, and a massive selection of translation service providers estimated to exceed 20,000 independent vendors worldwide and growing, how do you decide who to choose?

Top Five Software Localization Myths

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We will shed some light on the top five myths that are believed by many executives and decision makers in the corporate world.

Myth 1: Software Localization is simply translation
Many executives do not realize the level of effort involved in software localization, dismissing it as simply translation.

How to be a Remote Guest on an Intel Software TV Recording

Some tips and advice for making the experience of being a remote guest on an Intel Software TV recording as smooth and high quality as possible.
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