nourishing obscurity: [text messaging, net abbreviations] and the …

nourishing obscurity: [text messaging, net abbreviations] and the …
By Donna J. Jodhan
With text messaging becoming more and more popular, there is a growing need to ensure that texters can communicate in their own native languages.  I don’t believe that anyone could have seen this new market coming but it is here to stay and will only continue to grow both in demand and real consumers.  This market could potentially present the sky is the limit opportunities for translators and anyone aspiring to be a foreign language professional.
With the advent of cell phones, this market was bound to have been born and now with more and more persons texting each other, this could be a very exciting time for many foreign language professionals.  Think of the massive number of opportunities that await you and the opportunity to create more possibilities because of the growing popularity to text in foreign languages.  Cell phone popularity is growing globally so there are all of your reasons to jump in now.
I am going to leave you with a very interesting reference to check out.  One that talks to the heart of this market.  Please see below.


nourishing obscurity: [text messaging, net abbreviations] and the …
By James Higham
Professional translators and interpreters might achieve an interlingual world by enabling people without a common language to communicate with success, without the burdens and risks of widespread language learning. … Every word has been selected according to an algorithm aiming at getting it as similar as possible to the corresponding words of the most widely spoken languages in the World – Chinese, English, Hindi, Spanish, Russian and Arabic – in that specific order. …
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