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From: by way of Martin Duerst <eggen@crawley.sl.slb.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 14:59:36 -0400
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Hello,

I am translations manager of the SEED Science Center web site ( 
www.slb.com/seed/ ), available in 7 languages, SEED stands for
Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development.

My question is:

Are there studies / data on what proportion of (all) web-documents are 
available in each language & evolution since the internet began & future 
projections ?


BTW There is general data on Global Internet Users Statistics (by 
Language), see URL http://www.global-reach.biz/globstats/index.php3 ,
can you suggest other resources, especially focusing on users of school-age ?

Many thanks, Bernd Eggen

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Bernd R Eggen, PhD        Internet: bernd.eggen@slb.com
SEED, Schlumberger Ltd.        http://www.slb.com/seed/
Schlumberger House                 Tel +44 1293 55 6461
Gatwick, W Sussex, RH6 0NZ, UK     Fax +44 1293 55 6800
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