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A Cool Portable Equipment Hack

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If you enjoyed my post on the value of portable interpretation equipment, you will probably like this one, too, on a cool equipment hack. It introduces a rather creative way to use the bidule, whenever the number of people in .. Read More.

The CAT is Out of the Bag. Now, is it Alive?

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I am old enough to remember the days when translators relied solely on paper dictionaries and when a CAT was just a home pet.  And being the dinosaur I am earns me the right to be stubborn, too. So, when the innovation .. Read More.

For UN Interpreters, Less is More

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Since the release of my video on the language requirements for interpreters in the UN, I have been contacted by many aspiring interpreters with questions that are, mutatis mutandis, more ore less the same. Basically, they want to know whether their language .. Read More.

The Accidental Interpreter

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This picture was taken in Brasilia, on Tuesday, March 17, 1992. It shows the exact moment when I became an interpreter. The dude in a light suit is congressman Ibsen Pinheiro. Sitting diagonally from him is His Royal Highness Prince .. Read More.