Poll: Do you visit ProZ.com on Sundays?
Thread poster: ProZ.com Staff

ProZ.com Staff
Local time: 20:23
Feb 21, 2007

This forum topic is for the discussion of the poll question "Do you visit ProZ.com on Sundays?".

This poll was originally submitted by Language Aide - Translation & Interpreting Agency

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PAS  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:23
English to Polish
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Wow Feb 21, 2007

Well, I AM impressed. I chose "depends" (if that differs from "sometimes")
I will visit if I'm working on Sunday, but if I'm not, I try not to turn on the box from hell at all.

Pawel Skalinski


Maria Karra  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 23:23
Member (2000)
Greek to English
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all the time Feb 21, 2007

I visit it whenever I open my browser; I set it to be my homepageicon_smile.gif I never even log off. I think I'm obsessed with ProZ. I've been obsessed for years and I'm afraid there's no medicine for that.



Noni Gilbert  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:23
Spanish to English
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Family life Feb 21, 2007

In a personal attempt towards what they call "conciliación familiar" here in Spain, I have disconnected the ADSL at home and removed the computer to an office elsewhere. Now of course you find me looking for childcare on Sundays so that I can get on with work...


Tina Vonhof
Local time: 21:23
Member (2006)
Dutch to English
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been there Feb 21, 2007

I answered 'usually' but I almost always visit the site on Sundays, knowing how desperately one can need help with one term or another for a job that needs to be done by Monday. I've been there!


United Kingdom
Local time: 04:23
English to Dutch
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Like Pawel Feb 21, 2007

I am with Pawel on this one. Unless I really have to work on Sundays I will avoid switching the computer on at all. It is good to get a break from it now and again!


Steven Capsuto  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 23:23
Member (2004)
Spanish to English
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It varies Feb 21, 2007

I try to average a five-day work week (not always possible). However, which five days they are varies from week to week.


Simon Bruni  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:23
Member (2009)
Spanish to English
association Feb 21, 2007

I can't help associating those pastel green-brown-yellowish colours with work, so I try to avoid Proz if I'm on a day off.


Jocelyne S  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:23
French to English
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Only if something has gone terribly wrong Feb 22, 2007

I'm with Steven and try to limit the number of days I work per week. I generally take the weekend off and avoid accepting jobs on Fridays, which means that I'm only ever in front of the computer on a Sunday when I've (very badly) miscalculated how long a translation will take. It's only happened twice, I think.



Language Aide Pvt. Ltd. - Translation & Interpreting Agency
Local time: 08:53
English to Hindi
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Wow Feb 22, 2007

By seeing the responses, it is evident to say that,

People just love Proz.



Ritu Bhanot  Identity Verified
Member (2006)
French to Hindi
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Yes Feb 22, 2007

But not for long... Usually, there's not anything new on Sunday... I think Saturday, Sunday and early Monday (i.e. up to 4 or 5 p.m. Indian Standard Time) are the most silent days on proz.
I come here because it's a habit... but I don't stay here for long on these days.


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