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October 23, 2008

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larry

nice! But when does the chinese edition come out, I like read you blog. I hope some day I can buy chinese edition of this book.

Alfredo

And spanish?

Jean-Loup

Please let us know when you visit Paris. I'd be glad to hear you there.

Jan Schultink

Congratulations.

I love these international differences. The Dutch tag line reads "the power of simplicity in the design and delivery of presentations", a bit different from the English one.

This French word percutant is great: hard-hitting, punchy, colloquial (http://www.wordreference.com/fren/percutant)

silta

Yeah, Garr! What about spanish?
Send me a mail when you come to Spain, please. Do you want to come to a user group meeting without budget to pay you.
Best regards,
silta

Pedro Ricart

Hey Garr when the spanish version of your book will be release?

Chris

Congratulations!

maarten

Hey garr,

Congratulations!

Nice to know there is a dutch version of your book! I will check it out.

J. Eunoia Cheng

I actually just get the Chinese (traditional) edition. It's fasinating. I particular brought the book only by reading the foreword:)

johnnie

Hey Garr, How about the Simplified Chinese Version? Is there any guys translating it?

Soonuk

Hi, Garr.

Did the publisher send you the copies of Korean translation?

Garr

Thanks everyone. Yes, a simplified Chinese version is coming (not sure when but soon) as is Spanish.

Got the Korean version -- the cover is beautiful (embossed). Korean version is very, very nice. Well done!

Arigatou! -g

Lars Thostrup

Hi Garr
Love your book, and dont expect you to translate it into Danish as we are just 5 million of us... ;-)

I really hope that your trip to Europe will include Denmark! :-)

/Lars

Sebastiano Mereu

And what about the "Swiss German" version ;-)

Cheers from Switzerland ...sebi

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