Saying Wearables in Spanish

May 23rd, 2014 11 Comments

Friend of the ‘Lab, Bob Rhubart (@otnarchbeat) recently recorded a segment with our own Noel (@noelportugal) and Sarahi Mireles (@sarahimireles), a UX developer from our Mexico Development Center.

The topic was wearables, but I only know this because they told me. Google Translate wasn’t very helpful, unless “Manos libres y vista al frente: Con el futuro puesto” means “Handsfree and front view: With the future since.”

Anyway, enjoy.

Update: Noel pointed me to an English version on the same topic.

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11 Responses to “Saying Wearables in Spanish”

  1. chet Says:

    I <3 Bob's expression through all of this.

  2. Jake Says:

    @chet: Similar to mine as I listened.

  3. Ultan (Oracle Apps UX)p Says:

    More! Chinese next. Then Hebrew. Let me know …

  4. Jake Says:

    @Ultan: We can help w Chinese, dunno about Hebrew.

  5. ultan.obroin Says:

    @jake. I’m already there!

  6. Jake Says:

    @Ultan: I figured, but didn’t know if you were volunteering.

  7. ultan.obroin Says:

    I’ve proposed a multilingual meetup for OTN Lounge. Maybe a Hangout from the event would meet the requirement. Y’know, fire up a few Ipads with different language versions of the SUI and get people to talk about the UI etc, what’s hot in their countries, issues, etc.

    Lots of possibilities… leave it with me.

  8. Jake Says:

    @Ultan: Happy to leave it w you 🙂 Plus your team has a Klingon speaker.

  9. Joyce Says:

    @Jake: Who speaks Klingon? Misha? Michael? Kathy?

  10. Jake Says:

    @Joyce: Michael for sure, not sure if he’s the only one.

  11. Joyce Says:

    What??? I thought Michael was the long shot… wow. *mind blown*

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