Today, 22nd February 2022 is Global Language Advocacy Day. As a native English speaker growing up in the UK, I am lucky that I have never experience language being a barrier. As translators, interpreters and linguists, however, we work each day to break down the linguistic and cultural barriers between groups of people. The volunteerContinue reading “Global Language Advocacy Day”
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What’s in a logo?
When I started my business, like many start up businesses, I was trying to bootstrap everything. I started by finding a website where I could create a free logo. I quickly learned that while many sites allow you to create a logo for free, downloading and actually using the said logo is another matter. However,Continue reading “What’s in a logo?”
Looking back to look forwards
Yesterday, a year ago, was the final deadline for my MA final Annotated Translation Project. On Monday, I found myself back at Cardiff University – but this time, it was Henry’s turn – he participated in a Robot study for Cardiff Centre for Human Developmental Science. I sat in an observation room and couldn’t helpContinue reading “Looking back to look forwards”
Running, cooking and translating… but not all at once!
I do rather like multi-tasking, mainly as there never seems to be enough hours in a day or week to reach the bottom of my to-do list! However, I only like multi-tasking if I can do it without affecting the quality of each task! I was out running this morning, enjoying the sun on theContinue reading “Running, cooking and translating… but not all at once!”