Wednesday, November 29, 2017

3 Why are all translation projects urgent?

Based on an idea by Manuel Mata.
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  1. Urgent? What does it mean? In practice, I find that sometimes it means "in the next couple of weeks will be OK", sometimes it means "within the next half hour".

  2. In the days before I became freelance I once was pulled out of a meeting for an urgent subtitle translation which I then spent day and night to handle. 5 years [sic!] later it came back for a final quality check and revision before being published.

  3. Thanks so much for the credit, Alejandro. I am sure this situation is quite familiar to ANY translator / project manager. ;-)
    Long live Mox!


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