[ale] [Waaaay OT] Low volume website translation?
cforsell at roman.net
Fri Nov 8 08:36:15 EST 2002
I have used http://freetranslation.com/ . Cut and paste your text to their
site and within a few seconds you get the translation (French, Spanish,
German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese).
I had a few paragraphs translated and had them checked for accuracy. The
translations were not perfect, but were close enough that the translator
knew what I was saying... and it is free.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Bergeron" <christopher at bergeron.com>
To: ale at ale.org
To: <ale at ale.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 6:47 PM
Subject: [ale] [Waaaay OT] Low volume website translation?
> Guys I apologize that this is sooo way OT, but I can't think of who else
> I could ask. I'm looking for a low volume (about a page per month)
> website translation. I want my new eCommerce venture to be in German
> and Spanish. I'm not sure who can offer this kind of service. Would I
> look online for this or should I try to find a translator in the local
> phonebook? I know about babelfish; but I'd like a professional
> Does anyone know of such a beast/company/organization?
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