tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Apr 10 21:25:51 2009
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TKD for iPhone?
d'Armond Speers (email@example.com)
- From: d'Armond Speers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: TKD for iPhone?
- Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 22:23:58 -0600
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If you have an iPhone and would be willing to help out, read on. I
have been working with a company called Ultralingua. They are
producing a version of TKD for the iPhone, and need help to both test
the app and quality-check the Klingon. Below is a message from their
general manager, Bill Upham. If you're interested, please respond
directly to him, no need to filter through me.
A call to all Klingon linguists: Simon & Schuster has engaged a
Minnesota firm specializing in digital language tools, Ultralingua (www.ultralingua.com
), to develop an electronic version of the Klingon dictionary, in
addition to a traveler’s phrasebook and a tutorial based on the audio
book Conversational Klingon for the iPhone. Ultralingua is nearing
completion of a beta version and is looking for testers in the very
near future. Interested KLI members who own an iPhone are cordially
invited to send an e-mail to Bill Upham (email@example.com) if
they would like to participate.
Best regards from Ultralingua!