Phase 4: Content Returns from Translation

Phase 4: Content Returns from Translation

This post is part of the Five Phases of the Translation Workflow series. The translation workflow has five distinct phases: This post covers the workflow for receiving files from your LSP. Once your translations are finished, the workflow for their return is another...
What is Content, Anyway?

What is Content, Anyway?

The word content is repeated so frequently it seems to lose its significance. Let’s take a step back and answer a simple question – What is content, anyway? Here’s what some of our in-house content experts had to say.

Plain English, Wikipedia, and Medicine

Sometimes, you have to look beyond your immediate surroundings and apply your knowledge to help humanity. At least, that’s how I feel. I’ve been in the content industry for almost 30 years. I’ve spent most of my life working with fabulous, exciting...
Why We (Really) Need Plain English

Why We (Really) Need Plain English

Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Buffer This morning, I was taking a nice walk in the neighborhood. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a sign: Oh no!! A Mitigated Negative Declaration! Wow, that sounds terrible! I wonder what the heck that is? It certainly caught my...
Translation Memory – Content, Context and Cost

Translation Memory – Content, Context and Cost

By far, translation memory (TM) was one of the most revolutionary inventions in the world of computer aided translation. Think about the beauty of it. As a translator works on content, the source and target segments (called a translation unit) are stored in a...