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Why hiring an interpreter is essential when going global

Many companies today operate globally. Some are parts of multinational corporations, some are expanding their business to new markets or using an overseas partner to promote their products, and still others are opening up their first new branch in a foreign country (or continent). It’s not easy, and it requires extensive research and direct communication […]

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Does my content need to be translated or localized?

Why do businesses seek out translation services? Doing business in a globalized world means reaching as many customers as possible, overcoming geographic, linguistic, and cultural barriers. How do you ensure that your content is widely accessible by audiences in different markets? Is it enough to simply transform your messaging from one language to another, or are […]

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MT: From Babel to Metropolis

As a reflection on one of the very first cinematic explorations on the relationship between technology and mankind, the film Metropolis (considered to be one of the first science fiction films ever created) pondered the delicate balance between man and machine working together to achieve progress. Metropolis which was originally released in 1927 by German […]

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Reedeeming the Panlingua

Last week, as if by some sort of divine intervention, I had the privilege of visiting the private home of Xul Solar, one the most significant Argentine artists of our era. “I am a painter, a writer, not an inventor but a re-creator. Father to a panlingua who strives for perfection and which almost no one […]

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Praise the Dog

Dog parents have always believed that their pooch understands every word that is spoken to them. It is not rare to find people talking to their dogs while on a stroll through the neighborhood, or talking to them at home telling them about your day. Oddly enough, it has taken scientists a long time to […]

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Another Cup, Another Song

Once again, it’s time for the Soccer World Cup and this time it’s Mother Russia’s turn to host. It’s pretty amazing how these past four years just flew by, and here we are, ready to shout ‘GOOOL’ (as Latin-American narrators do) following the sweet sounds of a soccer shoe kicking the ball as it swooshes […]

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Don’t Ban Me, Gringo

We have become aware of two recent incidents involving Spanish speakers in the U.S. The first event happened in New York; a lawyer became infuriated because he heard restaurant employees speaking Spanish and threatened to call Immigration Services (the video went viral almost immediately). The second event occurred in the city of Havre, Montana, 50 […]

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Are Millennials Resurrecting Cursive?

Finally, something Millennials aren’t killing, right? Making lists of industries Millennials have ‘allegedly’ killed is passé at this point; memes have been born and buried in the bottomless Internet graveyard and journalists have squeezed every last drop out of clickbaity headlines featuring the words “Millennial” and “killed.” So, what’s next? How long can we continue […]

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