Tag Archives: Sign Language Interpreting

Sign Language Interpreting—An Industry Past Feeling?

It is often said that the anonymity of living in a big city and the effort to avoid feeling imposed on by the crush of humanity, makes people hard and unfeeling. After all, it’s only in the big city that a person can be attacked 3 times in a 30 minute period—as 38 witnesses look […]

Building a Business: Office Supplies are the Easy Part

Let me start by tipping my cap and offering my thanks to the longtime practitioners and business owners and operators that have together persevered to form and publicly legitimize what we know as—our profession.  As is the case with most worthwhile endeavors, forerunners likely experienced many quiet victories and public struggles and have sacrificed with […]

Conference Interpreting: There Are Rules of Engagement?!

Don’t rush into a large conference with little more than the equivalent of a napkin with dates, times and room numbers scratched on it, and the attitude, “Hey, at least I’m here.  How bad can it be? It’s only a conference.”  By making the choice to approach your work in this setting with such little […]