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Yearly archive 2012

Six must-read books for translators

Translators like to read: if they didn't, they probably wouldn't be translators. Reading for fun is all well and good, but sometimes it's nice to read for professional development. But what to read? We've put together a list (in no Read More →

Seven snacks that won’t mess up your keyboard!

Although this isn't a blog about food for translators (as the somewhat misleading title suggests), we thought it might be fun to write a post about food for translators. So, food/snacks that translators might like to eat whilst keying in Read More →

Ten tips for agencies trying to attract/impress new translators

In the eyes of many freelance translators, agencies often get it wrong, and surprisingly, many of the best-known agencies survive (even thrive) whilst continuing to get it wrong – speak to any freelancer who's been in the game for a Read More →

Why translators might like to go on Safari with Lion

Coinciding with the release of their latest OS (Lion), Apple have made some huge improvements to Safari – too many to mention really... for a full list check out the 'Safari' section of Apple's 'OS X Lion: 250+ Read More →
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