Seeking profiles of localizers for feature article
Thread poster: Colin Brayton

Colin Brayton  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:34
Arabic to English
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Feb 21, 2002

I am a freelance journalist and ProZ member interested in writing a feature article on software and Web site localization and cultural consulting for an American monthly magazine. I write frequently on globalization issues from the point of view of cyberspace knowledge workers like us; see http://www.talisma.com/press/articles/NewsView.asp?NewsID=199 for an example. If you are interested in participating, please respond, or e-mail to techscribe@earthlink.net with the subject line \"Translator Profile.\" Tell me a little about your background and interests, at and outside of work, or point me to your ProZ profile.
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Rafa Lombardino
United States
Local time: 23:34
Member (2005)
English to Portuguese
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Translator Profile Feb 21, 2002

Hello, Colin. I read your forum and became interested, since we\'re on the same business. I mean, you\'re a journalist AND a translator just like me.


You can view my information at FOREINGWORD or PROZ .


I have translated two books about computer software and I\'m also a technician in the computing area, since I\'ve completed a high school tecnical course.


So, if you need my help, you can contact me at rafa_traducao@hotmail.com or translator@rafaela.com. Please, write to both for me to get your message with no delay.


I\'m waiting for your answer.


Rafaela Machado Lombardino


 

Golden View  Identity Verified
China
Local time: 14:34
English to Chinese
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May I participate? Aug 5, 2002

I represent a translation and localization agency in China, we\'re experienced in software/website localization, as well as cultural consulting.

Our company URL: http://www.gvlocalization.com.


My e-address is Ryan@gvlocalization.com.


Looking forward to hearing from you!


Ryan Zhao

Golden View Inc.

China



 


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