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  • Beyond Borders: Web Globalization Strategies - This is the official site for the first book on Web site globalization, "Beyond Borders: Web Globalization Strategies." (New Riders 2002)
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  • Close to Home - Editor in Chief Amit Asaravala recommends that before you think globally, make sure your business is sound locally.
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  • RWS Group - Is an ISO 9002 translation and localization company with four decades of experience and offices worldwide.
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  • W3C Internationalization and Localization - Modern business, research, and interpersonal communication is conducted in many writing systems and languages. The W3C tries to make sure that WWW technology meets the needs of the global community.
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  • Web Authoring FAQ - The Web Design Group's Web Authoring FAQ addresses frequently asked questions related to HTML, images, style sheets, and other Web authoring issues, including internationalization.
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  • Web Globalization Resources - Byte Level provides a number of informative articles for Web site globalization.
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  • How to make your Web site literally worldwide - Article from Austin Business Journal (July 01, 2002)
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  • The Internet is Not Printed on Paper - An article discussing the tendency of web page data input forms to be fixed, culturally biassed and unsuitable for a global audience. [PDF] (January 01, 2001)
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  • Culturally Correct Site Design - When it comes to adapting an existing Web site for a new audience, learn from the successes of big-name players. Olin leads the way. (September 01, 2000)
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  • Going Global - As the Web becomes truly world wide, site developers will need to address multilingual and cross-cultural issues. Howard sorts out the concepts of internationalization and localization, and explains how they relate to your company's future. (September 01, 2000)
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