Google translates its web book into 15 languages

Emanuel Longo | June 7, 2011

Google translateJust a week after Google announced it would be withholding access to its Translate API, the company blog announced its HTML5 info book, 20 Things I Learned About Browsers & the Web, is now available in 15 languages!

Bahasa Indonesia
Brazilian Portuguese
Czech
Dutch
English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Polish
Russian
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
Spanish
Tagalog

The web book, which was first published online in November 2010, gives basic information on the Internet, apps, plug-ins, IP addresses and a variety of other web-related subjects. The illustrations are hilarious and the writing is well done and very educational!

If you’re curious, click on one of the links above to check it out!

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