There will be moments of confusion. Those are not things that should show up in your social media threads. Also respect your colleagues feelings about photos. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileYesterday Google announced that it was experimenting with GMail yet again, this time integrating the free email service with Google Translate, in what they say is a “step towards automatic email translation between 41 global languages.”The tool isn’t perfect, but Google said they hope they can keep tweaking it to improve the quality of translation.I ran a quick test this morning, asking for the French translation of this sentence: “My name is Paul Jay and I enjoy a piece of toast every now and then.”It spit back this: “Mon nom est Paul Jay et j’aime un morceau de pain grill de temps en temps.” Hey, that’s not bad.Let’s see what happens when I translate it back: “My name is Paul and I like Jay a piece of toast from time to time.” Uh, oh.This got me thinking about a conversation I had with Ryan Naraine over at Kaspersky Labs a month or so ago about why spam is so full of bad grammar.One theory, which his employer Eugene Kaspersky offered during an interview last fall, is that since spam is so successful, there is no need economically to invest in making spam pitches more believable.Naraine offered another theory: sending out a spam mailing can involve criminals from disparate parts of the world. Could be selling a product, but it could be a guy in Brazil that writes the malicious code and a botnet owner in Bulgaria who actually sends the message. At any or all of these steps, he says, the message could be created or altered.So I thought I’d see how Google Translate would handle one of these messages.
The only thing I wish I would have known to check when I bought it was 4LO. It does not engage. I guessing it never been used and the actuator froze. The highest I ever been is at a 9.5, but never fully male and definitely never fully female. I prefer male pronouns and being treated as male usually, but my internal state can shift. I really confused what that would make me, other than maybe a super limited genderfluid..
I personally really appreciate my hair. (I a guy, and the only guy in my family to make it to 26 and not be totally bald. My hair is super long, and it fucking gorgeous, i tell ya.) To me, losing my hair would be no different than losing an arm. Anyway, one time I had my mother in law over and she kept side eyeing the statue. It was above the fireplace and I was hoping it would make a great conversation piece, but she just keep glancing at it like a racist grandma would glance at the black family at the next table. She had this angry shine to her eyes, and it really began to piss me off, so I brought it up..