Sequel: The Hollande et al > Telegraph “scoop” ran well in the British and Spanish press, but doesn’t figure in Germany, whose press is not notorious for trying to save Merkel’s political bacon. I’ve long believed that the Telegraph publishes particular Euro finance stories on the basis of particular writers’ investment portfolios, but there’s a considerable degree of stupidity out there too.
- Quién soy, quién somos
Catalañol for qui sóc, qui som.
- The other Blair
Re the unreliability of the Spanish press’s foreign coverage: a big profile in La Retaguardia this morning identifies Ian Blair as
- Artur Mas: only the filthy Spanish are stopping every Catalan owning a farm right now
In a number of posts (see below) I’ve suggested that rather than use cheap, crap human translators customers should consider free,
- Liberty and freedom: US cultural imports
Philip Resnik is not convinced that there was any “tradition of valuing other cultures as successive waves of immigrants settled in
- Sausage sourcing as an index of international cultural and political orientation
The cases of Spain and Holland.