Monday, November 17, 2008

Solving a Museum of the evening, I coffee.

Scheme is thriving in Japan. As proof I offer a link to a Japanese version of Planet Scheme, namely Planet Scheme Japan . I couldn't resist reading the site with a little help from Google Translate, and the translation is at times quite amusing. 

Hopefully one of Planet Scheme's Japanese readers can help us get with the real translation of: "Solving a Museum of the evening, I coffee."  (Search for "571" in order to find the post on the Japanese site).







9 Comments:

Blogger Eric said...

What are they using it for?

22:33  
Blogger Jens Axel Søgaard said...

Que?

22:35  
Blogger Vilhelm S said...

The original is "I tried solving this at a cafe in the evening" -- I'm not quite sure what the machine translator is up to...

22:53  
Blogger Jens Axel Søgaard said...

Hi Vilhelm,

Thanks for the translation, now it makes more sense.

23:15  
Blogger michele said...

Hi,
I know this is not related to the post. Here's my problem: I remember reading an interesting entry in Planet Scheme some time ago, but I don't remember by whom.
Is there a way of viewing old entries?
Thanks,
michele

13:25  
Blogger Jens Axel Søgaard said...

Hi Michele,

Pay http://reader.google.com a visit.
Subscribe to Planet Scheme, and voila you
have access to all entries.

/Jens Axel

14:56  
Blogger michele said...

Hi Axel,
I meant
http://scheme.dk/planet/
michele

16:27  
Blogger Jens Axel Søgaard said...

Yes, Google Reader keeps the old entries of Planet Scheme.

Planet Scheme on the other hand only keeps entries from the last month or so.

/Jens Axel

16:45  
Blogger michele said...

Thanks.

17:10  

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