April 2017

Creative thoughts on papers and a keyboard

When you are targeting an international audience and you have enough money to back your project up, the thing you have to do is to localize your application. Thinking that everyone knows English, is just naive. This is a general guide that shows how the process of localization works. (more…)

finger touching a lamp in darkness

I entered the classroom and looked at the teacher’s desk. The professor who usually gave the classes wasn’t there, but a student who looked a bit lost had taken his place. He wasn’t even looking at his computer when he was typing. Was he trying to show off, I wondered. (more…)

A shop full of books for language self-study

In this post, I have gathered all the important aspects you have to look at when you are buying a language study book. I base this list on my personal experiences as a language self-learner (or autodidact as we are called). And trust me, when it comes to study books, I have seen the best and worst of them. 🤓 (more…)

game pieces divided into two groups by their colour

A claim that comes from the very core of the social psychology is that we cannot imagine a life without social groups. If we didn’t group people, we couldn’t even understand who we are ourselves. We build our identity based on the social groups we belong to, such as nationality, profession, gender and so on. 👨🏻‍🎤  👨🏻‍🏫  👨🏻‍🏭 (more…)