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New name for the blog October 11, 2008

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Random musings.

No, I’m not renaming the blog because of Corinne’s suggestion yesterday. I am merely shelling out some money to have a better domain name than jillsommer.wordpress.com. So from now on you can find this blog at http://translationmusings.com. The old domain will also work, but I think this looks more professional and my name isn’t out there for all to see. Feel free to change your links accordingly – or not. Whatever you want to do is fine with me. Have a great weekend 🙂

Oh, and if you haven’t seen it, be sure to check out Ryan’s latest post about the virus scam targeting translators. It never hurts to be skeptical about new inquiries, but don’t be too skeptical. The thing that would have set off my warning bells would have been “I have deposited $150 to your credit card account that you gave me the last time.” I don’t accept credit cards as payment…


1. Ryan Ginstrom - October 12, 2008

Thanks for the link, Jill, and congrats on the new home for your blog. By the way, I think the word you want to say is that you’ve got a new domain for the blog — the name (Musings from an overworked translators) is still the same, right?

2. jillsommer - October 12, 2008

Hi Ryan, yes, it will still be called Musings from an overworked translator. I’m not going to complain about being overworked though…

3. Corinne McKay - October 12, 2008

Hey Jill! I love the new domain; and don’t worry, referring to yourself as overworked is a lot different from complaining about it, which you don’t do! Looking forward to the new domain.

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