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Yearly archive 2012

Best of Food for Translators (2012)

'Best' – now THAT'S a tricky word. The Oxford Dictionary of English gives the meaning of 'best' as 'of the most excellent or desirable type or Read More →

Seven Last-Minute Christmas Gifts for Translators (2012)

It's that time of year again – the time of year when overpaid translators take long vacations and underpaid translators receive a sudden influx of work. Yes, that's right: it's Christmas! The time for giving and receiving... but what? What's Read More →

Five other useful things to do with Google Search

In light of the somewhat surprising popularity of our last post (Fifteen Helpful Google Search Operators), we figured we'd continue with the Google theme by revealing a few more not-so-secret Google-search-secrets. Read on to learn five (well, actually six Read More →

Fifteen helpful google search operators

First came the World Wide Web, and then came the search engine (presumably to try and make the whole thing more accessible/manageable). And it wasn't long (relatively speaking) before one particular search engine proved to be the one to watch Read More →

Hashtags for translators (Part II)

Following on from our previous post, Hashtags for Translators Part I, which dealt with the different hashtags commonly used by translation professionals, we'll now delve deeper into the world of hashtags by mentioning a few of their specific uses. Read More →

Hashtags for translators (Part I)

Twitter is a now a worldwide phenomenon, with people tweeting about everything from breaking news to what they just ate. Put simply: Twitter is a platform from which to share short snippets of information (limited to 140 characters) about whatever Read More →
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