by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2008/06/13 16:59 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2008/06/13/8594979.aspx
I am on Hanselminutes once again, good old number #117.
(I mentioned Hanselminutes previously in posts like this one).
Scott and I blather about internationalization, localization, and more for a half hour or so, you can listen to
Hanselminutes #117 and/or download it from here.
I play it on double speed in WMP and shake my head at how ll over the map we ended up being, both literally and figuratively....
Now we have known each other for years now and we talk about the bug that first introduced us to each other, how to get Vista to support more languages, why Turkish cases differently, how to sing the Alphabet song in Amharic, why Kashmir doesn't have a locale, how Ethiopic is made up word, why I failed penmanship, how to pronounce MUI, and more.
By the way (while I am sorta talking about TechEd), am I the only one freaked out about how Mark Miller was simply "disappeared" from the schedule? If I disappear over the weekend or some time next week, it might be because I am asking the question here and I am a little nervous about that. But does anyone know for sure what's going on?
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# stuartd on 13 Jun 2008 8:10 PM:
You are Number Six..
# Michael S. Kaplan on 13 Jun 2008 11:46 PM:
Anybody figure it out yet? Is it like The Ring?
# Dale on 22 Jun 2008 9:57 PM:
Oh, the transcript of the podcast is better:
"It makes total sense when you explain that the Turks have four eyes"
What, they wear glasses???
2013/04/04 You need to dot every İ, not dot any I, dot every i, not dot any ı, and cross every t in Turkish
2008/06/23 "It makes total sense when you explain that the Turks have four eyes", aka Transcripts are hard, let's go shopping!
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