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NY Times on Google, and Interesting Google Languages

There's an interesting piece in today's NY Times (free registration required) on Google's business plans and technology model. According to the article, Google receives more than one thousand résumés a day! Who wouldn't want to work for a company that presents its application not only in Catalan, and Kannada, and Urdu, but also in Pig Latin, Klingon, and Bork Bork Bork. There are lots of other options, and if you mess up your preferences you can click the link on the bottom of the main page to go back to Google in English ;) (I assume anyone reading this can manage their Google preferences in English. Let the surfer beware.)

Thanks, Leslie!


I vas not eeven knoweeng zere vas soch a lengveech as Bork Bork Bork! Now I heff been chefereezed!

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