Archive for April, 2013

What is a Back Translation?

27/04/2013

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Reverse translation, better known as “back translation,” refers to the translation process where a document is translated to a given target language and

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Why Translators Are the New Blacksmiths

27/04/2013

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Just as blacksmiths helped move us into the industrial age, our modern-day wordsmiths – translators and interpreters – will help us move from the current age, in which information is merely available, to an age in which information also becomes…

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Do you have a plan for your translation business?

27/04/2013

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Make more money, have more free time, translate, translate, translate. This seems to be the extent to which many freelance translators and interpreters would define their business plans.
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English-Chinese Parallel Concordancer (E-C Concord)

23/04/2013

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Collaborative translation with OmegaT by Marco Cevoli (CAT Tools) – ProZ.com translation articles

22/04/2013

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Translation article entitled “Collaborative translation with OmegaT”

Attila Görög‘s insight:

Great feature!

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Are There Examples of “Fuzzy and Full Matches” in Other Professions?

22/04/2013

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The concept of work and compensation for the product of this work has evolved over time. Only two short centuries ago, most people did not have a job that they would have to commute to in order to …

Attila Görög‘s insight:

Interesting discussion after the blog post.

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The Second Hermeneutics and Translation Studies Conference

22/04/2013

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Twitter / CSA_Research : #FFF Our research shows that …

19/04/2013

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People who rock the industry: Nick Rosenthal

19/04/2013

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Together with Anne Diamantidis of The Stinging Nettle, we continue our series series: “People who rock the translation industry!”. We are interviewing peopl

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What insights can corpus linguistics provide to poetry?

18/04/2013

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I’ve been wondering about this for a while and am probably going to go along the lines of looking at semantic prosody. A poem I’ve been looking at is ‘One Today’ by Richard Blanco, not only because…

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