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November 15, 2008

Chinese Poem by a Picture

Following is a picture that hides a Chinese poem. I received it from a friend by email. I am not sure who is the author of the picture. Neither do I know the author of the poem. I posted it here because I think it is fun.

Posted by lubw00 at 10:20 AM | Comments (0)

October 30, 2005

Routines and success

I read a note by John Reese the other day, which gave me this thinking and note: It is very important to keep doing some routine things to be successful.

In Johen Reese's word, it is: "If you don’t create a routine for growing your business, it won’t grow." One can always replace the word "business" with some other words such as "website", "study", "research" to apply this to his/her own situation.

Of course thinking is important, but keep doing something is also important.

Just a brief note to myself.

Posted by lubw00 at 11:31 PM | Comments (0)

April 10, 2005

Lexiconer Website Memo

In the past few months, a lot of new web pages have been added, including the hand-held dictionary store, the language bookstore, the language video store, and the discussion forum. More pages are coming in the near future.

The discussion forum is to provide a chance for our visitors (i.e., you) to exchange thoughts and probably help each other. You are not obligated to post an article in the forum though. Just keep in mind that there is a forum over here. You might someday find that the forum is useful for you.

Have a nice day and see you next time.

Posted by lubw00 at 10:33 PM | Comments (0)

December 09, 2004

Lexiconer Website Memo

Now we provide an English to Chinese translation search box to website builders for free. If you are a website owner, you are welcome to add the search box to your website. Please check out this page to see how you can add the search box to your website: Adding an English to Chinese translation search box.

Furthermore, recently more than 1,000 new words were added to the English -> Chinese dictionary. There words were compiled according to user feedback. Please send us feedback if you think there is something that need to be improved for the dictionary.

Posted by lubw00 at 10:52 PM | Comments (0)