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The saga

By Mats Wiman | Published  08/19/2009 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
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Mats Wiman
niemiecki > szwedzki translator
Członek od: Dec 6, 2000.
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The saga
As seen by an early user/member/moderator (1749)

Lonely translators brought together

Once upon a time there was a freelance translator.

He was like every freelance translator sitting alone in his attic, translating Japanese into English.

One day he got a brilliant idea.

This 'Internet' could maybe be used for networking translators with their clients and with their colleagues, creating a separate universe for them and everyone interested in translation, linguistics, languages and interpreting.

His name was Henry Dotterer.

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