Let me tell you about two great guys (again)

I already wrote about them before, but I'm just so excited, I have to do it again, especially since they are about to publish another great resource, "The tablet interpreting…

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101 things a translator needs to know – #94

Take responsibility and get creditLots of clients won't be able to judge the translation you deliver - after all, it's in another language. The same applies to many typesetters and…

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101 things a translator needs to know – #34

When to say noIt's tempting to accept every job out of customer loyalty, but it's better to say no than to agree to an unrealistic deadline, or if you are…

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101 things a translator needs to know – #95

Don't pile it - file itRecord-keeping is boring, and most of us will find excuses to avoid it. But staying on top of it reduces stress and frees up time…

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Just bought me a thermometer – now I’m a doctor!

What do you mean "No, you're not"? Well, if you've ever heard that "anyone who knows more than one language can be a translator and/or interpreter", here's an excellent video…

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Standards, standards, standards

I knew that there were standards for technical requirements for interpreting set-ups and translation in general (the BDÜ published a special edition each on the DIN-versions last year - German…

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