Posts Tagged ‘proZ.com’

Once again a featured translator at proZ.com

June 22, 2008

“So what’s new with you?”

Well, I have played catch-up with work at my day job. I also completed a small job. Today, I have a meeting with members from the Major Group Project.  And today, I found out that I was a featured member at proZ.com. Again. This would make me a little more ecstatic if it occurred at hours where I was actually awake, let alone at my computer. I don’t want to put down the opportunity, but seriously, 2:00 a.m.?

Proz.com’s professional guidelines

May 1, 2008

I have just followed the instructions contained in proZ.com’s newsletter to endorse a set of professional guidelines for translators. It is so noted in my profile.

The rules are nothing but common sense. Stick to pre-agreed terms and such.  Now, if we create guidelines for clients, I would be ecstatic.

The resolution for 2008

December 29, 2007

No, we are not talking about the ones I usually make, like eating healthier, exercising, being a better housekeeper (stop laughing!). We are talking professional resolutions.

I can’t claim credit for the idea, because today, proZ.com has a survey titled “Have you made any professional resolutions for 2008?” I realized I had not made any.

So, here it is (deep breath): No more whining about nothing on the pipeline. Not on this blog, and not in real life. Either I will appreciate the hiatus and use the time to study/clean the house (stop laughing!)/complete personal projects, or I will do something about it, like I used to do before I got certified as a court interpreter.