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Need resources about film + sound equipment WITH PICTURES

Equipment and various sound / camera setups (wireless /wired , etc. . . ) [more inside]
posted by winterportage on Jul 8, 2016 - 2 answers

Writing MS Word macro to convert glossary formatting to Excel table

I need some guidance in writing a macro that will parse a glossary Word document and reformat it into an Excel spreadsheet with the term in one column and the definition in a second column. [more inside]
posted by beammeup4 on Jan 25, 2016 - 5 answers

Please help me find a book published in Argentina, now out of print.

Hello dear Mefites. I am looking to buy or borrow this very-hard-to-find book: Ramacciotti, Sandra and Rodil, María Victoria (2006): Economics: Glossary of Metaphorical Usage - Glosario Económico - Financiero Uso Metafórico de Voces. Buenos Aires: Editorial Quorum. [more inside]
posted by ipsative on Mar 11, 2013 - 9 answers

Is there a multilingual dictionary of trans terms?

I am looking for a foreign language transgender/transexual dictionary or glossary. I have done a bit of searching and there seem to be several English glossaries or dictionaries of trans terminology. But I am having trouble finding any sources for foreign language terms. I can't tell if I just don't know what search terms to use or if such a source simply doesn't exist. [more inside]
posted by Michele in California on Mar 8, 2013 - 8 answers

I need a Russian Larousse Gastronomique

Can anyone recommend any good all-around Russian-English or Russian-French culinary dictionaries, online or in print? [more inside]
posted by ivan ivanych samovar on Nov 23, 2012 - 21 answers

"What's a cubit?!"

How do I go about (legally) compiling a small glossary with intent to publish? [more inside]
posted by usonian on Mar 22, 2011 - 5 answers

Some sort of database for translations?

Is there any sort of freeware program (online, installed on computer, php, mysql, anything) for me to save phrases in English, and then their translation in a certain language? In some kind of tidy, tabled format? I tried a wiki but I quickly tired of formatting each entry in order to produce a tidy table. Ideally, I'd like to be able to just plug in the phrases and go.
posted by Xere on Sep 7, 2008 - 9 answers

Wanted: personal dictionary

I'm looking for a piece of software, either for my Mac or online: I'm a philosophy major, and there's a huge number of thinkers, schools of thought, and concepts to manage in the area. What I want, ideally, is something that holds terms and definitions and allows me to drag them into categories (i.e. a page for poststructuralist writers.) Tags are better than hierarchies because I want each term to appear in several areas. I'm sure something exists but I don't know what to call it to do a good search. (I already use Evernote for notes and it might roughly work, although I really want something more focused and lightweight.) [more inside]
posted by poorlydrawnplato on Aug 2, 2008 - 6 answers

Boot to the head . . . in Spanish

Looking for an English-Spanish martial arts glossary. [more inside]
posted by Joleta on Jun 4, 2008 - 2 answers

Terminology Management software solutions

Software for keeping lists of terms and definitions organized? Help me tame the glossary monster. [more inside]
posted by gemmy on Dec 20, 2007 - 4 answers

How do I create an online glossary?

How do I create an online glossary? [more inside]
posted by imposster on May 24, 2006 - 9 answers

Poster seeks poster.

I'm looking for a poster that used to hang in my grandmother's kitchen. [more inside]
posted by vernondalhart on Apr 22, 2006 - 4 answers

Script to provide Intellitext-style functionality

Are there any free or extremely cheap packages that do something like what Intellitext does? Please do not kill me, I'm not really evil. [more inside]
posted by Hildago on Jul 14, 2005 - 1 answer

Online glossary of radio news broadcast terminology?

Anyone know of a good online glossary of radio news broadcast terminology...differentiating between expressions like "voice," a "cut," etc.? I'm a little rusty and need a refresher.
posted by inksyndicate on May 7, 2004 - 1 answer

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