Month: March 2008

30 Mar 2008
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What we can learn from the French press

I can hardly fail to have noticed the visit by Nicolas Sarkozy to London this week. Oh what a visit it was! It was initially unclear what the purpose of this visit was, it seemed like a bit of a love-in and an excuse for yet another flashy trip abroad for ‘Sarko’. It eventually culminated […]

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10 Mar 2008
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News from across the pond

It has seemed to me recently that the translation industry in the U.S might be rather more developed than in the UK, particularly if I go by the number of translation blogs which originate from the U.S. I must say I am slightly surprised by this; forming part of the continent of Europe you would […]

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04 Mar 2008
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Fairtrade fortnight

Even in my modest little home office I try to make my own, small, positive contribution to the world by operating an ethical business policy. The website for the current Fairtrade Fortnight offers suggestions on how to make your workplace a little more ‘fair’ in this respect, and so I felt inspired to outline what […]

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03 Mar 2008
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Hackers’ delight – warning to all WordPress bloggers

Any regular readers may have noticed that my blog had been experiencing serious technical difficulties over the past few days – a momentary blip in an otherwise successful first week in my new role. It began with there being a warning message next to my site saying ‘this site may harm your computer’ – not […]

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