Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

Invisible Idiot.

Just wanted to translate something via Google, so I thought I'd try a test to see how accurate it is. Here's the original text:

What is Forgotten Futures?
Forgotten Futures is Marcus Rowland's table-top role playing game based on scientific romances, the predecessors of science fiction that were published in the late 19th and early 20th century. Each collection focuses on a different theme, and include space travel through the heavily populated solar system of 1900, Ghost Hunting in Edwardian England, and adventures with Arthur Conan Doyle's Professor Challenger.

Forgotten Futures was originally distributed as shareware e-texts and later as HTML. Currently, Forgotten Futures collections are available from this site for download and on CD-ROM from the author. Print versions were published by Heliograph Inc, but have now been discontinued.

and this is what it was like after translating it to German then back to English...

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On the whole I think I'll try not to rely on the accuracy of this method...

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