Category Archives: trends

ATA 52nd Conference Wrap-Up, Part 1: I’m In Love With Massachusetts

Last week, the American Translators Association was in Boston for its 52nd annual conference, and so was I. The Association’s organizing efforts were excellent, as they usually are, and some 2000 people from the language industry were in attendance. My … Continue reading

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Quantification bias in language: The late Tony Judt grabs the Human Mic

I wanted to have something more to say about the Occupy Wall Street protests going on in my city (and now, apparently, everywhere else) and some of the linguistic roots of the present economic/political griefs. But historian Tony Judt spoke … Continue reading

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