Interview to a typesetter

Typesetting is, according to the Britannica Encyclopedia, “the setting of type (characters) for use in any of a variety of printing processes” (even if the files don’t get printed, which is very common nowadays). To help you visualise it, think of a glossy magazine or catalogue you have picked up recently. After it was written, […]

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What do we do with non-billable work?

Some days ago, I read a very good article about non-billable work for translators. Funny enough, I had just come back from posting a certified translation for a client, a trip expressly done that took one whole hour of my precious time, and which wasn’t charged to the client. Non-billable work is something all self-employed […]

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