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and no articles on Indian Languages or Indian translation Business.
Mar 11, 2009
For a long time, I have been through these and some other Online Journals and Magazines. Yet I haven't been able to get a single article related to Indian translation Industry, translation business in India, Indian Languages, Technology from Indic point of view. MT issues with Indic fonts and bla..bla..bla.. Kindly suggest journal, any such magazine, if you have come across.
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Mar 12, 2009
Suyash Suprabh wrote:
The following translation journals/magazines are available on the Internet:
Thanks for listing them! I knew of 1, 3 and 4, but not of the others.
I can add the ITIA Bulletin, not quite a journal like Jostrans or Accurapid, but worth browsing. The IATIS is a bulletin too, not a journal. The format is similar, I think John Kearns (IATIS) was a former editor of ITIA. It's distributed by email:
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