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.
As it turns out, Mr. Jorge Castañeda speaks impeccable English. Yet, after admitting to having spent years “interpreting other people’s bad jokes”, and promising he would do his best not to tell any of his own, he went on to indicate .. Read More.
“The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” —William Arthur Ward, writer Upon setting sail from the Spanish port of Seville in 1519, Ferdinand Magellan was unsure of just what to .. Read More.
Jerome, the illustrious theologian and linguist we celebrate as the patron saint of translators, may have been canonized after his death, but while he trudged the earth his temper was rather unsaintly. His knack for languages was rivaled only by .. Read More.