Government of Luxembourg: LOD. Lu – the “Lëtzebuerger Online dictionnaire” now also available as an app

Government of Luxembourg: LOD.Lu – the “Lëtzebuerger Online dictionnaire” now also available as an app. “You’re on the bus and can’t remember a word? You’re out and about and don’t know how to say Clemency in Luxembourgish? You’re in a restaurant and wonder what a Ziwwi is? Just ask the LOD app! The brand new website of the Lëtzebuerger Online Dictionnaire was introduced five months ago, with a new look and enhanced features…. To make the dictionary’s content even more accessible, the LOD is now also available as a free app (LOD.lu), which can be downloaded from Google’s Play Store or Apple’s App Store.”

Léier Lëtzebuergesch Online – LLO. LU A new tool to learn Luxembourgish: digital, global and free (Government of Luxembourg)

Government of Luxembourg: Léier Lëtzebuergesch Online – LLO. LU A new tool to learn Luxembourgish: digital, global and free. “At a press conference on September 9th, 2022, the Minister of Education, Children and Youth, Claude Meisch, and the Director of the ‘Institut National des Langues’ (INL), Maisy Gorza, launched the new learning platform for Luxembourgish, LLO.LU. The new digital tool for learning Luxembourgish online not only globally promotes the importance of our language but furthermore consolidates its future use.”

Chronicle (Luxembourg): Luxembourg, Wallonia Launch Web App for Forest Adaptation to Climate Change

Chronicle (Luxembourg): Luxembourg, Wallonia Launch Web App for Forest Adaptation to Climate Change. “The Nature and Forest Agency of Luxembourg’s Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development has announced the launch of a new web application dedicated to forestry adaptation to climate change… Developed in partnership with the Walloon Region in Belgium, this is a decision-making tool for forest managers and owners in the context of forest adaptation to climate change.”

RTL Today: Brochure on World War Two in Luxembourg launched in four languages

RTL Today (Luxembourg): Brochure on World War Two in Luxembourg launched in four languages. “The Committee for the Remembrance of the Second World War launched a brochure which aims to familiarise, and therefore sensibilise, the younger generations with the events that occurred in Luxembourg 80 years ago. The brochure also includes a pedagogical guide that was created by the Centre for political education, as well as a new website. It will appear in Luxembourgish, German, French, and English.”

RTL Today: Luxatlas. lu offers a digital look back at Luxembourg City through the ages

RTL Today: Luxatlas. lu offers a digital look back at Luxembourg City through the ages. “The…website showcases 200 years of the city’s development in a click, highlighting different iterations of the capital such as the fortress back in 1867, the UNESCO boundaries, and more. The tool allows anyone to explore the mapping history of the capital, showing both aerial impressions and land registry maps to compare the development.”

Delano: Student Releases Luxembourg Language App

I don’t usually cover language-learning apps unless they’re a) really extensive or b) cover relatively obscure languages. This is the latter. Delano: Student Releases Luxembourg Language App . “21-year-old Luxembourg student Benoît Frisch is making his name in the world of app development, releasing his most popular yet to help learners of Luxembourgish. Released at the end of November, Wierderbuch is a digital dictionary, translating words from Luxembourgish into English, French and German.”

PRWeb: Dato Capital Announces First Tool for Extracting Company Information from Documents (PRESS RELEASE)

Dato Capital: Dato Capital Announces First Tool for Extracting Company Information from Documents (PRESS RELEASE). “The Company Information Extractor can process documents by entering a website URL, uploading a file or entering text directly. Accepted formats include PDF, Word, Excel, HTML and TXT files. The system scans the document and searches for mentions of companies and directors against a daily updated database of 14 million companies and 12 million directors from the United Kingdom, Spain, Luxembourg, Panama, Gibraltar, BVI, Cayman Islands and the Netherlands.” The direct link for the tool is https://en.datocapital.com/CompanyInformationExtractor .

Luxembourg Has an Online Photo Archive

New to me: I didn’t know the nation of Luxembourg had an online photo archive! “The 6,500-strong photo archive dating from the 1950s to the ’70s is freely accessible on the website of Luxembourg’s National Archives, where one would normally find administrative manuscripts pertaining to the State.”

One Million Luxembourg Birth Certificates in Database

Now available: an online archive of a million Luxembourg birth certificates. “More than one million Luxembourg birth certificates from 1600 to 1923 have been made available online thanks to a voluntary project. Since Luxroots.com launched in 2004, its 50 volunteers have analysed and uploaded 1 million birth certificates to its database, 800,000 of which were from communes currently in Luxembourg.