Mobile menu

no title
Thread poster: xxxmick
xxxmick
Local time: 16:01
Serbian to English
+ ...
Oct 23, 2001



[ This Message was edited by: on 2001-11-24 08:54 ]


Direct link Reply with quote
 
Henry Dotterer
Local time: 10:01
SITE FOUNDER
Use lower case in online communications Oct 23, 2001

Dear Mick,



Just one bit of advice--and by no means is this meant to be sarcastic--you should not use all capital letters when communicating online. The practice is called \"shouting\", and is regarded by some as an indication that you do not have much online experience.


Direct link Reply with quote
 

AndrewBM
Ireland
Local time: 15:01
Spanish to English
+ ...
lower case Oct 30, 2001

Sorry, I\'m a bit confused comparing the above advise with the original message. Also, I wish to point out that not all of our business takes place online, though a site like this is indispensable.



If I were a Croatian specialist, I would not hesitate to offer your services in Serbian as well, however rude this may sound to you.


Direct link Reply with quote
 


To report site rules violations or get help, contact a site moderator:


You can also contact site staff by submitting a support request »

no title

Advanced search


Translation news





PerfectIt consistency checker
Faster Checking, Greater Accuracy

PerfectIt helps deliver error-free documents. It improves consistency, ensures quality and helps to enforce style guides. It’s a powerful tool for pro users, and comes with the assurance of a 30-day money back guarantee.

More info »
TM-Town
Manage your TMs and Terms ... and boost your translation business

Are you ready for something fresh in the industry? TM-Town is a unique new site for you -- the freelance translator -- to store, manage and share translation memories (TMs) and glossaries...and potentially meet new clients on the basis of your prior work.

More info »



All of ProZ.com
  • All of ProZ.com
  • Term search
  • Jobs