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July 03, 2013

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Sreekanth

As much as possible, it is better to write the original content keeping the limitations/ nuances of target language and culture in mind.

Jonathan Weavers

Hey Jen -

Your last post [Localization & eLearning: What Languages Should You Use?] was freaking awesome. I have gone ahead and added your stuff to my Feedly account. Please keep me updated if you post anywhere else.

Keep rocking –

Jon

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