[Translation] Fwd: Translations
cybernetic.nomad at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 05:34:03 PDT 2009
Nous aurions besoin de ce texte le plus rapidement possible.
>Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 20:47:02 -0700 (PDT)
>From: "tritonal2 at yahoo.com" <tritonal2 at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: tritonal2 at yahoo.com
>To: cybernetic.nomad at gmail.com
>Here's the text from Scalzi's release. Can you do me a huge favor
>and translate it? :-)
>The 2009 Hugo Voter Packet
>Dear Anticipation Member:
>Thanks for downloading this year's Hugo Voter Packet. The purpose of
>the Voter Packet is simple: We want you to vote for the Hugo and
>Campbell Awards this year, and we want you to be able to see and
>read as much of the Hugo-nominated work as possible, so you can make
>an informed vote on what is best of the year. Please remember to
>The electronic versions of the work you see here are available to
>you through the efforts of the authors and artists who have been
>nominated, and we are grateful for their participation and
>willingness to share with Anticipation members. Please support these
>creators! Their work is available in bookstores and online. Thanks
>are also due to these authors' publishers, who have graciously
>allowed these works to be present in these packages.
>The works in this package are presented without Digital Rights
>Management because the authors and publishers trust that you will
>use this Hugo Voters Packet as it was intended -- for yourself, to
>aid you in your voting for the Hugos and Campbells. Please do not
>share this Packet with others outside of your household. Your
>willingness to do this makes a difference in convincing authors and
>publishers to participate in this packet, both now and in the
>future. Thank you.
>The works in this Package are presented in a number of different
>formats, but primarily in Word Document Format (.doc), Rich Text
>Format (.rtf) and Adobe Reader Format (.pdf). Each format opens with
>software freely available on the Web, and which you likely already
>have on your computer. However, if you do not, here is where you can
>find the programs to open these documents:
>For .doc and .rtf formatted files: OpenOffice is a free suite of
>programs that will open these formats and many others:
>For .pdf formatted files: Adobe reader is also available as a free
>Additionally, some work is presented as Web pages (.html format).
>Your favorite Web browser will be able to open these pages. Some of
>these pages have additional picture files that go with the Web page;
>they have been included in the package. These pages will be viewed
>most accurately from within the Package as it is.
>Happy reading, and we look forward to seeing you at Anticipation!
>The Happy, Shiny 2009 Hugo Voter Packet Elves
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