How to Offer Your Content in 100 Languages Featuring June Cohen of TED and Seth Bindernagel of Mozilla

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Monday 14th March, 2011

4:00pm to 4:45pm (CST)

The web is a global medium and offering your website in multiple languages is becoming less of a luxury and more of a necessity. A social translation program is one way to make your website more accessible to a global audience, while also turning users into contributors. Is social translation an option for your website? (or film? or product?) If so, how do you ensure quality? What motivates volunteers? Is machine translation an option? Panelists from leading-edge social translation projects, including June Cohen of TED and Seth Bindernagel of Mozilla, share what they've learned.

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June Cohen

Executive Producer of TED Media. I tweet about media, technology, culture, the arts, great ideas & TED bio from Twitter

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Seth Bindernagel

I work for Twitter and I love Cleveland Sports. A bit more about me can be found here - http://about.me/binder bio from Twitter

11 attendees

  • Seth Bindernagel
  • DJ Saul
  • Dawn Marie B
  • Jay Patel
  • Janet Swisher
  • June Cohen
  • Marcello Merlo
  • Tim Holden
  • Pesky People
  • Tobias Leingruber
  • Jessica

5 trackers

  • Chiara Bernasconi
  • Eamonn O'Brien-Strain
  • havi hoffman
  • Lance Roggendorff
  • David Beaudouin

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Time 4:00pm4:45pm CST

Date Mon 14th March 2011


Exhibit Hall 3/4, Austin Convention Center

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