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Urgent Evoke - Thoughts on Improving Participation

私は「Urgent Evoke」の二つの大事な改善の事のビデオが作るつもりでした。

i decided to make a video about two important improvements for Urgent Evoke.

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Comment by Turil Cronburg on May 20, 2010 at 11:20am
That was a surreal experience! :-) Something about your look/outfit combined with the Japanese was just really interesting...

Also, I watched the YouTube link first, and there were no subtitles. But coming here I see them. Odd...

Finally, thanks so much for this! It's not only relevant and poignant, but also great to have that personal touch, and to see you in a way that is more intimate than text on a page (with a small photo). I wish we'd all done more personal video entries.
Comment by Gordon Freeman on May 20, 2010 at 12:53pm
i agree, was a bit puzzled too in the beginning :-)

conserning languages, blog post can be translated with the help of http://babelfish.yahoo.com http://translate.google.com/# . It's lousy off course but it's a step in between.Via google's chrome browser it can be done many times more effective because the inbuild translator. Tried it myself for a check in some languages i know and it's actually quite good. The other solution would be to evoke the international community of interpreters to enable our conversations for free. Not an easy job considering the amount of postings.It would cause a translators drain out of all the official circuits (Brussels , United Nations NY etc. ) if you ask me.

concerning the mobile website , i used my mobile quite often and it worked pritty good in opera mini browser. Even without making use of http://www.urgentevoke.net/m/

greetings Gordon
Comment by nomadHAR on May 20, 2010 at 10:11pm
i'm not so much concerned about the postings as i am in the game materials; the missions, quests and instructions for playing. automatic translation programs are really inconsistent; one sentence may be fine, while the next is totally skewed. i use Google Chrome so i am familiar with the built-in translation.

what they are calling the mobile website is just a re-branding of the low-bandwidth site. the problem with that site is it isn't functional at all. there are no accounts and no way to enter a blog entry. you cannot check your own account settings. it is LAZY LAZY LAZY. probably took them less than an hour to make it.
Comment by Cynthia Davidson on April 2, 2011 at 11:11pm
I can't see any subtitles.

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