I am constantly impressed by freelance translators who work from home daily. With occasional at-home work and a side gig at a non-profit, I have needed to build a system that allows me to work at home more efficiently. But doing so on a daily basis can bring about a number of challenges.
Starbucks has raised the bar — and the Braille dots — to benefit its clientele. With the arrival of National Disability Awareness Month (October), the Seattle-born coffee company has unveiled its new fall gift card that features the company’s name in Braille across the top.
We’ve talked in the past about how to supplement your language classes at home, taking full advantage of free and easy-to-use resources.
Topics: Language Learning
The Seattle Times has placed all of their census-related stories and features into a nice package for everyone to enjoy. With the release of population, race and age data by the U.S. Census Bureau, the Times has made an interactive map of Washington and four of its counties (King, Snohomish, Pierce and Kitsap).
Dynamic Language made Inc. Magazine’s list of 5000 fastest-growing companies for the fourth consecutive year! A big thank you goes out to all of our clients, our contractors and our in-house team, who made it possible for Dynamic to find a place on the list yet again. We ranked a little lower than our 2010 ranking though, with a 2011 ranking of #4003.
In April, we told you about Messages for Japan, a website that allows people to write messages in their own language and have them translated into Japanese, all powered by Google Translate.
The Dynamic team was treated to a "special surprise" today! Now we can finish the workday with bellies full of delicious Molly Moon's ice cream! Yum!!