Introducing Flickr, now with 700% more language goodness

Our favorite photo sharing service, Flickr, will soon make its site available in seven different languages (French, German, Korean, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and traditional Chinese), with a separate Japanese site and other language-related developments on the way. My favorite part:

“Why are we only getting around to this now?” [Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of Flickr] asked self-mockingly. “There are two answers. One: we are stupid. Two: that we are late.”

Ahem … no comment. 🙂 (Click here for the full story, courtesy cnet.com.)

Ryan has been proudly maintaining and contributing to Language Lab Unleashed since 2005, and is the current President of SWALLT. Since the summer of 2013 he's been causing trouble with his all-star colleagues in the UMW DTLT; when not wrangling websites Ryan can be found doing strange things with heavy objects.

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