How knowing the concept “default to truth” can help translators to make better decisions when dealing with ambiguity und uncertainty and potential scams.
A number of us have recently received an attempted scam message that we’ve had numerous times before: I’m contacting you in regard to an English content document with 11,643 words (44 Pages). I need this document translated to Spanish , i […]
Attendees at our last general meeting of the year, held on Saturday, November 10th, were treated to a wide array of delicious refreshments and a useful presentation and discussion on avoiding scams. Our outgoing Director of Professional Development, Monika Spindel, […]
Our last meeting of 2018 will take place this coming Saturday, November 10th, and we’ve decided to spend most of our meeting time networking, socializing, and just enjoying one another’s company. First we’ll meet the candidates for the 2019 AATIA […]
Dear Friends, We are now in the fourth and final quarter of 2018 and will soon be wishing each other a happy new year. As we approach that point, the Board is preparing to hand over to a new team […]