Some people, like Neil deGrasse Tyson have a gift for communicating complex ideas, and I want to figure out just how it is they communicate so well.
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If you think technology has changed the world in the last twenty years, just wait. You ain’t seen nothing yet. The intellectual revolution is coming.
A collection of international linguistic lovelies that perfectly sum up that something that you can’t quite express in English words alone.
10 tantalising dictionary sites for writers: everything from simple definition through to antonyms and new words and meanings.
Ten epic failures of communication ranging from unfortunate typos through to bewildering examples of a failure to think first, communicate second.
Business cliches are the worst kind of noise. Avoid these 10 offenders to stop making noise, and start making sense.
According to the BBC, the English on this sign is clear enough but the Welsh reads "I am not in the office at the moment. Send any work to be translated."
Online applications give me a competitive edge. I want to be a ‘big little company’ with the same (or better) IT capabilities as the biggest of my clients. I try to make the maximum use of online applications because they let me deploy new capabilities quickly without adding to my IT or admin burdens. This […]
The difference between translation and transcreation.
In this second guest post, Lingo24’s founder Christian Arno talks about the joy of words and the hidden linguistic pitfalls that translators must avoid. Linguistic diversity As all translators will know, it takes a considerable amount of time and effort to learn a second language. But with genetically-related languages such as Romance, there is often […]