Your phrasing sets the tone What if there was an easy trick to be more persuasive and more positive, just by changing your mindset and the way you phrase sentences? English speakers have the option to vo...
Joelle Resnik
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471
October 16, 2017
History will repeat itself unless politicians learn from it The first thought that came to my head upon witnessing events in Catalonia during the independence referendum on October 1 was to wonder whether anyon...
Thomas Gilmartin
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892
October 7, 2017
Translators without Borders (TWB) has been working on recent hurricane crisis situations in the United States, the Caribbean and Mexico, while simultaneously dealing with the Rohingya refugee crisis in Banglad...
Katie Botkin
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716
October 6, 2017
(with recommendations influenced by analysis of 200+ job postings) As an employer and a professor, I have often heard the question, “Do I need to learn Trados to get a job in translation?” Students regularl...
Adam Wooten
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6696
August 17, 2017
Once you have localized your software or website, how do you know if the localized version functions properly? Have the images been accurately localized? Are the dates, time, currency and addresses properly for...
Sarita Desai
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2497
August 10, 2017
Google is scrambling to distance itself from a ten-page memo currently circulating around the internet and written by an employee. A male, self-described “classical liberal” outlined his ideas on ge...
Katie Botkin
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1231
August 9, 2017
Do you feel like you put hours into your marketing efforts, but get very little return? Does the sight of marketing tasks on your to-do list fill you with dread? It doesn’t have to be that way! A quick review...
Louise Taylor
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3262
July 16, 2017
A couple of days ago, I was flying between Biarritz and Paris on an Easy Jet flight and picked up their onboard duty-free catalogue and thumbed to the perfume section. Years back during the dawn of social media...
Katie Botkin
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2296
June 26, 2017
I recently saw a beautiful book about Mercedes. It’s all pure, glossy prestige — 400 richly illustrated pages in German, English and French. But there’s a catch — a translation catch. The tex...
Paul Sulzberger
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2765
June 14, 2017
Artificial intelligence may seem like science fiction, but it’s technically existed for decades. In 1951, students at the University of Manchester created a program for the Ferranti Mark I computer that allow...
Sirena Rubinoff
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5821
June 1, 2017

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