I've metioned it to the staff here that they need an internal translator . Not sure they liked the idea though . They have listened and acted on other things I've sugested before though .
I'm sure someone will have an open source like the translater I discribed . Not sure if there is one out already . The one for the smart phone might be still in beta I'm not sure . by Oct 26
Yes, but it would be great to have a translator here as well. I think it would be really cool if i could find program that would translate in subtitle for our shows that way it could be just as funny for others as the English speakers. Oh, I do mean something very open source as well. by Oct 26
You can ;-) They just came out with a smart phone device that translates speech to text and mutiple languages. You talk into it, it then translates into another language in text and spoken words . by Oct 26
It does make more sense to use English for the simple fact that all the major websites are in English . And virtually all the largest sites are in English .It is truely the universal online language . No doubt there . And the world is now all about being online . by Oct 26
Better to learn English because that is more and number one important which so may people using to have conversation. by Oct 25
Grrrrrrrr!!!! That's it not so really like Chinese (puke) ;) by Oct 25
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