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Free Translation Courses You Can Take Online

I have been working as a freelance translator for the last three years. My willingness to translate any type of texts and my background helped me to succeed in my job but I’m still eager to learn the basics, tools, and theories of translation. So, I was thinking to get as much information from online […]

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Free Online Sources to Learn Turkish

I always feel triggered to learn a new language, especially if I want to travel to a new country. Sometimes you just want to learn the basics to be able to communicate with the locals and sometimes you end up feeling like learning the language entirely. In either of those scenarios, my main source was the internet. So, as a Turkish native speaker, […]

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Glot.io; an open source for programmers

I’ve just found out about Glot.io which seems like a great open source for those who learn programming. You can run snippets on it and saved them either publicly or privately. It runs a wide variety of languages; C, C++, Java, Javascript, Swift, PHP, Ruby, Python and others. Link is below for those interested: https://glot.io/

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Seeing With Photography

I get mailings once a week from a digital publication called Narratively. Among all the mailings I get, Narratively always captures my attention with its interesting and original headlines. This week I saw this headline called “The Blind Photographers Club.” It was written by Bob Socha who is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer, editor, and teacher. […]

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First Mail From Tim Ferriss

I subscribed to the Tim Ferriss‘s mailings last week and got my first mailing right away. My first impression was “well this is a very clever mailing structure.” There were 4 items in the mailing: 1. The first 50 pages of The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body and The 4- Hour Chef. ( I already […]