[nSLUG] local ns e-govt and oss???

Donald Teed donald.teed at gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 10:43:31 AST 2005

Here is a test of the Babel Fish.  It is no safe guard
against producing hilarous English results.

I am testing, for the second time, the well known service of the babel
fish - a reference to a device from a Douglas Adams book "Hitchhiker's
Guide to the Galaxy".  If this works well, the
back and forth trip (from English to German to English again) will
produce something understandable.

I examine, for second time, that far away well-known service of the
Babel of fish - a reference on a device leader Douglas of an Adam of
the book "trampers to the galaxy". If this works well, produces and
gentleman ice (from English to GermanEnglish again) understandable the

If you use "Hitch Hiker's" rather than one word, it translates
into "towing bracket of wanderers".  Wow.

On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 10:25:59 -0400 (AST), Tony Abou-Assaleh <taa at dal.ca> wrote:
> > Vielen danke für Ihr Auskunft, ich bin nur seit Juli im NS, und habe
> > besser als Beamten auszusuchen.
> If you don't know German, you can use http://babelfish.altavista.com/ to
> translate above to:
> Many thanks for their information, I am only since July in LV, and has
> better than officials to select.
> Members of this list with difficulties in English may find the above
> service helpful in writing posts in English. I find Canadians tend to make
> fun of linguistic errors mostly with people who know English well, not
> with new comers or visitors. Please use English when posting to the list.
> Cheers,
> --------------------------------------------------
> Tony Abou-Assaleh
> Ph.D. Candidate, Faculty of Computer Science
> Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada, B3H 1W5
> Fax:   902-492-1517
> Email: taa at acm.org
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