I was never a tech-savvy person or an early adopter of technologyuntil I got an iPad for mother’s day. All I wanted was an eBook reader but my son thought that an iPad was much cooler, lucky me. I discovered that many tasks related to work (and personal too) had become less cumbersome and, of course, more mobile. This experience opened my eyes to the smartphones and I got an Android. I reached the next level of independency and I cannot see myself going back to life before mobile devices. Continue reading »
In the age of Siri (or Iris for Android users) you can be sure there are tools that will help you translate. They are what we call in the translation world CAT tools. CAT stands for Computer-Assisted Translation. You did not really think it was a cat, right?
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Krys Williams is British, born to polish parents in the UK. She translates from multiple languages into English, her mother tongue. She is a scientist by education but her interest in languages drove her to her profession today: medical content freelance translator. Krys tells Marion Destoop how she learnt the seven languages she mastered, and changed her profession. Continue reading »