Google released an improved version of Google Translate. How is it improved? Well it now offers multiple translations for your phrases! That way, Google Translate aims to achieve even better translations. According to the Google Translate Blog:
We’ve launched a new feature to provide you with alternate translations for each phrase in the translated text. Just click the translated phrase and you’ll see a pop-up menu of possible alternates for that phrase, as well as the original phrase highlighted in your original text. Not only can these alternative translations give you a better understanding of a confusing translation, but they also allow you to help Google choose the best alternative when we make a mistake.
Visit Google Translate here: http://www.google.com/translate_t
Ha ha ha! I got this sent to me by a friend on Facebook and I just had to share it with all you guys and girls! This is soo funny! Watch the whole thing, it is worth it.
Did you get a Kindle for Christmas? Well, if you did, then you might be interested in getting some FREE books to read. Check this list below (which I copy/pasted from Mashable), for some great opportunities!
1. Project Gutenberg: 33,000 free e-books, including all of the classics, available in ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.
2. Google E-Bookstore: The free section is filled with thousands of free, scanned copies of books, available in ePub and PDF formats.
3. Internet Archive: Millions of primarily rare, out-of-print works in multiple languages and formats (including Kindle), especially useful for academic work.
4. Open Library: 20 million user-contributed items in multiple editions and formats (including Kindle).
5. ManyBooks.net: Nearly 30,000 titles, many of which have been pulled from Project Gutenberg. Has a good collection of little-known Creative Commons works.
6. LibriVox: Thousands of free audiobooks.
This is something that everyone should be doing now that there is such a large financial problem… Mental Gifting!