Pumpkins and translation

You can get someone else to do the hard graft, but you will not have learned anything about structure.

No hybrid

This is my response to the idea that we should affix pre-designed icons to the type of work we produce. There is a choice of three: 100% human translation, 100% iffy (also known as MT or machine translation, in its various permutations), or so-called hybrid translation. If you can find the link yourself, you can... Continue Reading →

All around my hat

We were conference-bound, and high-speed conversation bounced back and forth for almost the entire duration until we reached our destination.

Collaboration Essentials

For reasons beyond me, I did not apply the "do it now" directive to publishing the handout version of a presentation given in June 2016 on Collaboration Essentials. Here it is now. Please click on the image below to download the PDF– and remember to respect copyright: ©2016-2018 Allison Wright  

Golden Notes memento

Just a quick note (pardon the pun) directed at Aptrad's 2nd International Conference attendees, and placed here just in case you are not a frequent visitor to its Facebook event page. Click on the link in this paragraph to discover what you have to do to receive your memento  for the "Golden Notes" presentation given... Continue Reading →

The fifty ways

I heard the Earth rumbling: it was the hearts of millions of fairies turning to stone and thudding on the ground like persistent, regular blows from a hammer. They were dying in their successive droves as daylight reached one time zone after another around the Planet.

Sometimes battered hampers

There, you see, nothing was lost in the process of real translation.

Incarnadine was not the word

Incarnadine was not the word, but it was the word from which we wrung the bloody red that we needed in the words that thrust the end of the novel into the universe with all that which preceded it. It is a pity my Macbeth faltered just when it would have been nice to toss... Continue Reading →

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