'What happens when an English phrase is translated (by computer) back and forth between 5 different languages?' Iright has been experimenting, here are his conclusions:
Maybe we could suggest interactive signs in Nairn powered by babelfish - could prove interesting
Welcome to Nairn in the Highlands of Scotland
Welcomely with the mountain of Nairn
Hello, my name is Sandy Park, I am the Provest of Nairn. Have you tried one of my pies becomes:
Today because my indicated park of the sand is, it is the Nairn Provest. All my cake controlled the station of the work
I do like your new header image - it adds a nice touch :)
Here's one to try with Babelfish then. What you do is translate from English to French, then back again. At each stage take Babelfish's output as the new input. Keep repeating this. The word to start with is "nap" -- I think you find the fixed point after about ten iterations... :-)
I've got about six petits now but I'm going to have to go and have a little nap sleepy:-)
Cheers Bill, a mispent mid40's on Paint Shop Pro (Magasin De Peinture Pro) is to thank for that. I tried putting the src code between the two blocks of text but it turned the smaller text Times New Roman and black. Discovered pics go in the sidebar too if they are the right size.
Anyway chilly tonight isn't it, dashed out to put pots over the courgettes just incase.
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