You say Sea of Japan. I say East Sea.

Who said the life of a map maker isn’t interesting? Every other day it seems there is another disputed territory, which usually means another disputed name. I’ve already mentioned the Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas issue. On the other side of the …

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The top 25 global websites from the 2013 Web Globalization Report Card

UPDATE: The 2017 Web Globalization Report Card is now available. I’m pleased to announce the top-scoring websites from the 2013 Web Globalization Report Card. This is the ninth annual edition of the report and it’s always exciting to highlight those …

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Bing cuts the clicks

Disclaimer: I work for Microsoft, so take this with a grain of salt. Since Bing launched I’ve been thinking a lot about search engines and how I use them. I’ve got two recent examples that illustrate why I think Bing …

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I’m a PC

It’s been about a month since my last post and I’ve got a good excuse for the radio silence:  I’ve been busy moving from San Diego to Seattle, selling a house, renting an apartment, and learning how to navigate my …

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Google is Microsoft

This comes via my brother via Blogoscoped — Google has made interesting use of the Iceland country code to create a URL that packs a narrative: Check out out here: