Heh… I love how a Darth Vader-esque cry of rage seems to be the default response.
I think our blogs keep too polite of company to put in typing a more realistic transcript of immediate response.
(What the hell is the digital equivalent of “in print”? I want something that doesn’t sound totally hokey.)
HI,Robin Sloan and Matt Thompson,I have watched your wonderful flashed movie about Google on this:http://www.robinsloan.com/epic/
and I have translated the transcript into chinese,if anything possible,please add a transcrip language link on the http://www.robinsloan.com/epic/ ,
the chinese version is on: http://www.donews.net/lihaitrans/archive/2005/07/02/451325.aspx
thanks a lot!
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