November, 2015

Posts from November, 2015

From the Archives: Tips on Writing for a Global Audience

Let's take a trip down memory lane and revisit advice on how to write for readers who come from all over the globe.

Translator Newsletter: Protest Movements, Free Webinars, & More!

Happy Monday, GV'ers! For those of us who celebrated Thanksgiving, we're coming back from a long weekend of staying home & eating 'til we can't breathe. So what better way...

A Conversation on Editing

We have to strike a balance between many considerations -- our wonderful Global Voices community, our readers from around the world, and our mission of building bridges.

From the Archives: Keep Your Writing Simple

Let's revisit three pieces of wisdom from tips past on why you shouldn't make your writing and grammar overly complicated.

How the Ruling Oligarchy Imperils Japanese Democracy

How committed is Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo to Japan's national defense, and what does that mean for the country's Constitution?

Global Voices Needs Your Help on Facebook and Here's Why

The Global Voices social media team has researched ways to reach more readers on Facebook. But they also need your help. Here's how.

Lingua Tech: All your posts on all your sites!

Hi GV! I'm Jeremy the Tech Director of Global Voices. Along with our coding contractor Carl, I've been working on a really big update to the plugins that control the...

From the Archives: 7 Nuggets of Writing Wisdom

More than two years of Weekly Writing Tips means we've shared lots and lots of good advice on writing and reporting. On this #ThrowbackThursday, let's take a look back.

Translator Newsletter: Roots of Language, Translating Europe, & More!

Hi everyone! Apologies for the delay in this week's newsletter. We're here now on this fine Tuesday to talk to you about… The Roots of Language Ever wonder what makes...

Timisoara, the new “rendez-vous” for Contemporary Art

*All of the photos have been taken by the original author of the text Annick Lederle and are published with her permission”.  For the last two weeks, Timisoara have been...