Jost Zetzsche, the author of a newsletter on translation tools that I reviewed here back in August 2013, will be holding a webinar entitled 'Translation technology – what’s still missing and what has been fixed?' on 21 May (4 pm British time). This is actually a continuation of an earlier interactive webinar he held in January 2014 (see below for more details).
As the organiser, eCPD Webinars, explains in today's newsletter announcement about it, Jost 'will be talking about what has happened in the intervening 16 months and how, if at all, things could further improve for translators'. If you attend the talk, you will also be able to participate in it actively by asking Jost questions.
This webinar is free of charge, eCPD Webinars says. To sign up, just go to http://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/events_122730.html (or click here). Places are limited, but fortunately, the event will be recorded for later viewing.
Jost's initial webinar on this topic, which can also be viewed free of charge (lasts 1 hr 11 mins).
The Tool Box Journal ('a monthly journal for people in the translation industry who want to get more out of their computers')
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