New weblog on languages and technology/Neues Weblog zu Sprachen und Technik

Yet another blog with a translation connection is Blogos, subtitled ‘News and views on languages and technology’. It seems to have a connection to Multilingual Computing. It is run by Andrew Joscelyne.

Interestingly, the blog is run on ExpressionEngine. It unfortunately has no newsfeed (or none yet – ?), although it has a mailing list. Interesting entries since April 5th.

Thanks to Robin Bonthrone for the tip-off.

It remains to be seen this blog soon overtakes its namesake , a religious blog, in Google. And here’s another. But they will not be read by the same people (although I have taken note of the Bible one for future research purposes).

2 thoughts on “New weblog on languages and technology/Neues Weblog zu Sprachen und Technik

  1. Yes. These people produced a periodical called Language International, with basically the same interests as Multilingual Computing. I even subscribed for a year. It did have some interesting articles about translation, but it was rather business-oriented. I don’t know if there were any translators involved, but there were certainly contacts with translators. It wasn’t exactly selling MT on the technology alone with no consideration for the language quality of the results.

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