New Translation & Localization Resource: The Global Edge!

Globalization Group, Inc. announces today the online publication of The Global Edge!, a new translation and localization blog.

Online PR News – 02-March-2010 – – Globalization Group, Inc. (GGI) announces the online publication of “The Global Edge!” The new blog contains helpful, informative, and even funny resources for translation clients at

Since the launch of the Weekly Translation Tips service in January, hundreds of localization clients, linguists, and competing localization companies have signed up to learn from the ‘bite-sized’ help provided by GGI’s experts. Even more have subscribed to receive a good laugh from the real life anecdotes in GGI’s Weekly Translation Bloopers. Access to these tips and bloopers continues to be available by email subscription. Thanks to the new blog, “The Global Edge!”, the tip and blooper archives are now also available online.

Popular bloopers in the archives already include mention of the Japanese product called the PPPhone (pronounced “pee pee phone”) and the classic anecdote of former US President Jimmy Carter’s overly “friendly” Polish interpreter. Popular translation and localization tips in the archives already include a chart of the top 10 internet languages, links to free online language identifiers, downloadable localization glossaries, and clues for finding original editable source files that were previously only visible in PDF.

“The Global Edge!” also includes additional news and announcements from GGI and the language industry. Read “The Global Edge!” online at:


Globalization Group, Inc. (GGI) is a leading full-service provider of linguistic solutions. Founded in 1998 by a seasoned team of language professionals, GGI provides industry leaders with the language support, expertise, and customer service they need to remain competitive globally. GGI clients include JVC, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Microsoft, Cardinal Health, other Fortune 500 companies, and small businesses. GGI supports over 200 languages and dialects from its headquarters in Orem, UT and its offices in Asia and Europe.

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