Happy 4th from MotaWord

Published on July 01, 2015

By Evren Ay

Eleven scores, a dozen and seven years ago (don't worry the math is correct) our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

We are here as a nation - 239 years later - on the forefront of liberty, equality and the pursuit of happiness. More than any other means, America achieves this through innovation in thinking and technology. 

The universal philosophical principles and basic human values adopted 239 years ago are still the basis of our belief in the rule of law, freedom of speech and most important of all, our rights as individuals. These same beliefs allow America to be the beacon of opportunity for new ideas and innovations. 

In fact, working day and night to build this - The world's fastest human translation platform - we are every day thankful for our nation supporting our endeavors (and those of many other startups like ours) through years of believing in these sound principles laid 239 years ago. 


The founder of MotaWord who is today able to create an industry-changing company without the fear of anyone taking it away from him would like to thank our founding fathers for their forward thinking.


The developers of MotaWord who base their knowledge, education and work on technologies created by countless others before them - and who hope to leave something for those to come after them would like to thank our founding fathers for their emphasis on merit and learning rather than blood, lineage or religion.


The business development and vendor management people at MotaWord who work with our over 6,000 strong translator base and hundreds of clients in an atmosphere of mutual trust - without which nothing would get accomplished - would like to thank our founding fathers for putting the rule of law as the basic tenet of guaranteeing liberties and creating an atmosphere of trust between people. 


Thank you and from all of us - a Happy 4th.

Independence day is a Federal holiday in the United States. This year as it falls on a Saturday, it will be observed on Friday the 3rd - after all who doesn't like a long weekend. Guess what will function uninterrupted though - you guessed right, MotaWord. Send your translations to us and they'll get done while you enjoy the fireworks.