Link: Speaking of Translation Interview in Colorado

Thanks to Web 2.0 innovators and fellow translators Corinne McKay and Eve Bodeux, who host the very popular -- and only, as far as we know of -- translation podcast.

A few weeks ago, after giving my "Lessons From Business School: The Entrepreneurial Linguist" workshop, Corinne and Eve interviewed me in Denver, Colorado, in the middle of what Coloradoans call a "mild" snowstorm. In southern Nevada, it would be considered a blizzard! Thanks to everyone for braving the elements and joining us for this fantastic day of learning and collegial exchange. The members of the Colorado Translators Association who attended are an interesting, lively group, and we had many great discussions, followed by an afternoon panel.

You can listen to the podcast on the Speaking of Translation site.


2 comments:

Corinne on April 30, 2009 at 7:56 AM said...

The podcast has gotten a lot of hits, thanks for the great interview!!

Translation for Lawyers on May 2, 2009 at 6:02 PM said...

The entire Colorado's translation community is talking about your seminar, and thanks to Riccardo's
post at http://aboutranslation.blogspot.com/2009/04/marketing-for-translators-report-from.html translators from all over the world will have a chance to benefit from your wisdom.

Best regards,

Nina

http://www.languagealliance.com

http://www.translationforlawyers.com

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