Despite the increasing ability to reach foreign customers, the lack of quality translation methods is still the most challenging aspect of global expansion. Currently, even using the most advanced software services are an expensive, complicated, and inaccurate process. The result is that too often, businesses sacrifice millions of dollars in profit because marketing to global consumers is too complex to be worthwhile. advertisement advertisement That’s why we need an era of “Big Translation,” to leverage our existing technological tools and scale up translation capabilities to a level that actually matches global communication needs. Big Translation, a large-scale translation efforts by people speaking two or more languages, would allow businesses, individuals, and even tweeters to get what they want translated easily and affordably. The idea is banking on the fact that the world certainly isn’t lacking in translation talent. Nearly half the world … [Read more...] about Welcome To The Era Of Big Translation
Will mcavoy what makes america great
Tel Aviv, Madrid, Seoul, Tokyo, Bucharest, and São Paulo are a few of the many cities I’ve bounced among over the past couple years. It’s been an enormously productive time. I’ve built a digital marketing agency as well as an e-commerce store, priding myself on being able to run both of them successfully from anywhere. advertisement advertisement And for the most part, I still can and do. But in the process I’ve learned that even though I’m capable of working while traveling continuously, there’s still no substitute for real, human connection. That’s why I’m ditching my digital nomad lifestyle and opting to stay in one place–at least for now. Related: These 7 Jobs Let You Work From Anywhere And Be Your Own Boss That Fleeting Feeling “Wow, it’s great you’re back in the United States! We could use your help on a project,” a colleague exclaimed to me recently. I nodded in agreement, but … [Read more...] about Why I’m Ditching Digital Nomadism (For Now)
The experience, gushes the hotel website, will be delightful, with staff who will be your new best friends; luxuries beyond the dreams of Caligula. Just look at this shot of a couple lounging in bathrobes that are so fluffy they’ll have to sit on their suitcases when they steal them. advertisement advertisement Yet it’s not really infinity pools, spas, and marble staircases that create a hotel experience. Hotels could have risen to the challenge of designing for those of us mentally and physically incapacitated by long-haul travel, stress, alcohol or a day on the floor of CES. After all, designing for vulnerable people has led to some great breakthroughs. Oxo Goodgrips are a range of kitchen utensils created for arthritis sufferers. They became bestsellers because we can all benefit from a more comfortable potato peeler. That Aeron chair you’re probably sitting on was designed for elderly people. Nike’s Flyease, created for people with disabilities, is … [Read more...] about I’m Fluent In 5 Computer Languages. Why Can’t I Switch Off The Bedside Light In A Marriott?