Talk:Interview with Brazilian blogger Ricardo Serran Lobo
Could somebody please do the editorial clean up and write the introduction. It is a really good interview, that is why it should be published soon. --SonicR 22:23, 14 January 2006 (UTC)
- Having mostly lurked through the interview, I'd like to help but I'm not sure where to start. Is the Portugese version of the article done? Provided it is more in the style of an article then I could work over a rough translation if someone did it on a /Temp page. --Brian McNeil / talk 16:07, 16 January 2006 (UTC)
The article is good to me. Is it good to you too? Can we publish it? --Carlosar 20:50, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
1. mensalão > Mensalão? 2. Good afternoon! My name is Ricardo, I am a publicity man and teacher of web writing, and speaker of the Information Era and Digital Communication, 44. > ood afternoon! My name is Ricardo, I am a in PR/marketing? and teacher of web design/HTML?, and speaker at the Information Era and Digital Communication, 44. 3. At the beginning of the blog, Bloomberg Channel from New York interviewed me too. In Brazil, I have been interviewed by the main vehicles for communication. At the beginning of the blog, the Bloomberg Channel from New York interviewed me too. In Brazil, I have been interviewed by the major media? major TV media? major print media? 4. The national president of my party asked me to be federal deputy candidate in the next elections. > The National President of my Party asked me to be Federal deputy candidate in the next elections. 5. This country is delicious. - calling a country "delicious" is weird to me, so I'm unsure if it's been mistranslated, or if it's an accurate figure of speech from that region.
I've made minor suggestions where I thought there were errors, I wasn't sure if I should capitalize some words like "deputy" or "candidate" after "federal." Here, if person X was running for Senate, say, they would be Candidate for US Senate, but I'm not familiar enough with Brazil to be sure.
- 184.108.40.206 08:06, 13 February 2006 (UTC) (MSTCrow from Wikipedia)