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You could win a free pass to Localization World Seattle!

  Sponsored by: welocalize
 

Just answer all the questions below correctly, and we will enter your name into a drawing for a full-conference pass for Localization World Seattle (a $950 value). If you have already registered and paid, we can easily reimburse you! The winner will also receive a special “Localization Genius” badgeholder to wear at the conference to display his or her localization expertise.

To enter the competition:

1. Answer the three questions below correctly. Hint: all of the answers can be found in the July/August 2010 issue of MultiLingual. To subscribe, click here.

2. Click the "Enter me in the contest!" button below. (Note: Entering more than once does not increase your chances of winning.)

3. Submit your entry by 5:00 pm PST, August 31, 2010. The drawing will take place on September 1, 2010.

After the drawing and after the winner has claimed the prize, we will display the winner’s name next to Welocalize’s logo on the sponsors' page.

Ready? Here are the questions: Start thinking, and remember you can find the answers to all the questions in the July/August 2010 issue of MultiLingual.

 
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  1. Which should you not avoid when preparing to globalize websites?
  embedded text
  extra images
  extra expense
  consistent, flexible design
       
  2. What may be the best free platform for online types in underdeveloped African countries?
  Facebook, due to its ubiquity
  Twitter, due to its brevity
  Blogspot, due to its flexibility
  LinkedIn, due to the need for networking with the developed world
       
  3. Arabic-enabled open-source language technology systems are . . .
  unnecessary for industry growth
  in shortage
  being used extensively in a few countries
  used extensively worldwide, unbeknownst to most non-Arabic speakers
       
 

Notification: Localization World Ltd. will attempt to contact the winner up to three times by e-mail (using the information provided at the time of entry) over seven days. If the potential winner fails to respond or register by September 8, the winner will be disqualified, and an alternate winner will be drawn from the remaining entries.

No transfer, substitution or cash equivalent for the prize is permitted.

       



 

 
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