Taking The Viglo Challenge: Spanish

Taking The Viglo Challenge: Spanish

In January I will be moving to South America, where English ain’t gonna help me communicate with most people. Looks like I better remedy that situation and get learning to speak Spanish! But how should I, or any of my fellow anglophones, do that? Well, if you want flashcards in their digital form, then take […]

Try Viglo Without Signing Up

Try Viglo Without Signing Up

You find an online language program out there that promises you fluency and language immersion. Great! But when you just simply want to try the program out to see if it can deliver on it’s promise, you are forced to give up your contact information to the company first. By the time you realize that […]

User Interface, New Location, and More In Our Update

User Interface, New Location, and More In Our Update

Sorry it’s been such a long time since we’ve given you an update. Due to your comments and suggestions (and we can’t ignore the complaints!) we’ve made Viglo easier to use than before, added help menus to guide you in using Viglo, improved the User Interface, and added new environments and Dynamic Objects. So what’re you […]

Viglo On Your Mac

Viglo On Your Mac

Customs agents are notoriously corrupt in the Philippines. But even if the package you mail there goes through all the “proper channels,” it could wind up in a warehouse for months before finally getting into the hands of the receiver. But due to popular request, we had to get something over there. After much deliberation […]

Viglo Gets It’s First Public Trial Run

Viglo Gets It’s First Public Trial Run

“Why do you want to learn English?” “I want to integrate into the community.” “Where are you from?” “I am from Rwanda.” “Did you come with your family?” “No, I am alone.” “I am sorry to hear that. I hope your family can come soon.” These are tidbits of the various conversations that were had […]

Tester Recruitment Begins With A Splash

Tester Recruitment Begins With A Splash

February 22, 2016 will forever be a milestone in the field of language learning. It is the day that Viglo unveiled it’s groundbreaking new methods to companies with the explicit purpose of having outside individuals testing and providing Viglo with feedback. Our previous public showings were to simply let people know Viglo existed; to let […]

Portable Tables To Deal With Tyrants

Portable Tables To Deal With Tyrants

I wanted to showcase Viglo at the MaFLA conference of 2015. The president of the event, Ms. Catherine Ritz, told me it was too late to do so because the Exhibition Hall was already arranged with the other booths in mind. Fair enough. So I responded by acknowledging that fact, but offered to pay full […]

Viglo’s First Real Public Appearance

Viglo’s First Real Public Appearance

This is a long overdue post, but I would be remiss to not share Viglo’s first real public appearance (I say REAL because I crashed a Rhode Island conference as it was finishing up, about a month prior, but there was no interest from the attendees in seeing Viglo, as everyone just wanted to go […]

Fun At The Boston Unity Group Meetup

Fun At The Boston Unity Group Meetup

Viglo made it’s appearance at the Boston Unity Group meetup two nights ago. What a positive reception it received, and just as important, some new flaws were pointed out, which we will squash out! Discussions with the group included ways to include languages without Roman characters, such as Japanese and Chinese, and also adding Virtual […]

Boston Unity Group Meetup

Boston Unity Group Meetup

Viglo will be joining the Boston Unity Group (B.U.G.) to show off our program on Thursday, December 10 at 7:00. Any other nearby Unity fans ought to reach out to the B.U.G. and seek to attend. They have been very quick to reply to my questions and appear to be an exciting, friendly group. This […]