Posts from February, 2016
Translator Newsletter: Brain Architecture, Localization Events, and more!
Hello, GV'ers! Welcome to this week's edition of the Translator Newsletter! Today we're talking about… Brain Architecture As people who speak more than one language, we all have those moments where we can think of a particular word in one language, but no matter how hard we try, we can't...
Nour's Quest for Freedom from Raqqa to Berlin
Nour was still living in Raqqa just over a year ago. After passing through Turkey, she has today managed to reach Berlin. Here is her story.
Every language in the world: Introducing Wikitongues
Wikitongues is a movement for human rights. Together with speakers and signers of every language in the world, we’re building the most inclusive cultural archive ever made, raising awareness about linguistic diversity and rallying to defend it. We’re a non-profit organization and volunteer community from around the world, which I...
What Should We Name the GV Newsroom Podcast?
Calling all GVers! The newsroom wants to experiment with a podcast, but first we need a name. Got any ideas?
Writing Tips: The Art of Writing and Psychology
The Weekly Writing Tips are a collection of best practices for writing and reporting at Global Voices. February and March's tips are brought to you by Ndesanjo, regional editor for Sub-Saharan Africa. It is only by writing, not dreaming about it, that we develop our own style. — P.D. James Good Wednesday...
Ivory Coast: Challenges and opportunities in the IT sector
En Côte d'Ivoire, avec la pénétration rapide des nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la communication (NTIC), de nouveaux horizons s'ouvrent dans de nombreux domaines.
Translator Newsletter: Language Laughs, Translation Agencies, & More!
Hello, GV'ers! Welcome to this week's edition of the Translator Newsletter! Today we're talking about… How To Learn a New Language The good people over at Ted's Open Translation Project have come together to give us some tips on learning a new language! And who better to give advice on...
Introducing the Global Voices Subediting Team
In this short video, we introduce you to our small and mighty global team of subeditors.