Monday, December 28, 2009

Check out foreign comments . . .

2009 was a great year for my book, Improv Wisdom. Publishers in both Germany and Korea bought the book and had it translated. Here are the two covers. I'm eager to find someone who reads Korean to see how the title is translated. Recently there was a comment posted on this blog written in Kanji. I wasn't sure if it was Japanese or Chinese, but I was happy to have a foreign reader comment on the blog. So, before I translated it I "allowed the comment". Just now I took advantage of Google's translation service only to discover that the comments appeared to be a string of sexually explicit words and images. Looks like someone "pulled one over on me." I have deleted the post with its comments so I'll spare any of you. The Internet allows for such creativity, don't you think?
I'm wishing everyone a blessed, safe and healthy new year. All the best in 2010.

1 comment:

  1. There is a BBC Radio 4 show that focuses on the issue of improv through music and drama - you can listen to it online at