Learn foreign languages with open source software

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Learn foreign languages with open source software
Posted: June 14th, 2006, 3:00am EST by StoneLion

When you are learning a foreign language, you need all the help you can get. Besides applications like jVLT, jMemorize, and StarDict, there are other tools that are not designed specifically for language learning, but they can make the learning process more efficient and fun. All you have to do is to think creatively.

This is doubling up as a test of the blog this plugin for Gregarius. Basically Gregarius is a Web 2.0 feedreader. You can take a look at my demo. The other one I looked at was Tiny Tiny RSS, it looks like the difference is that tiny tiny rss is multi-user. Here’s a Newsforge article on Gregarius.

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