rgx at gmx.de
Fri Sep 21 20:59:52 CEST 2007
Am Mittwoch 19 September 2007 23:15 schrieb Dan Nelson:
> To give you an idea, I am currently using Before You Know It to
> quickly learn a word, and jMemorize to maintain it. KVocTrain/Parley
> appear to have the capability of including the best of both products.
> Is this possible?
Please allow me a quick side mark:
Today some distributor of a "free" vocabulary software called our school
to make contact with the English department (named: phase six / dot
de). It turned out that the software running Win and MacOS costs "12
Euro only" for pupils and comes barely (no vocabulary - copyright
reasons I guess). The interesting thing about it: Supposedly ther is
a "community of mothers and students" who feed the engine with vocs.
Those should be addressable to deliver work for a truly free project,
shouldn't they? And maybe we can learn how to honour people's work: by
placing their faces on a web page (huh?).
Now, I just found out that there is an international portal as well: Try
http://ww w.p hase-6.c om/opencms/Homepage/ (delete spaces).
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