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New blog on the blogroll: Mox’s Blog May 6, 2009

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Fun stuff, Translation Sites.

There’s a new translation blog (Mox’s Blog) out there that has a unique approach that sets it apart – he’s a cartoonist and translator who draws translation-related cartoons. I just discovered the blog yesterday and have enjoyed his past cartoons. The translator behind Mox’s Blog is Alejandro Moreno-Ramos. Alejandro lives in Madrid, Spain and is an electromechanical engineer and English-French to Spanish translator. His main character Mox “is a young but well educated translator with two PhDs, six languages… and he hardly earns the minimum wage.” You know – a typical translator :-). I have taken the liberty to post my favorite cartoon here, but I urge you to subscribe to this very amusing blog.




1. inkamaria - May 6, 2009

Very cool blog! Thanks for pointing it out!

2. Loreto Riveiro - May 6, 2009

Great blog, thanks for sharing!

3. Ofer Tirosh - May 6, 2009

I’m sure Alejandro is as good in translation as he is in his amazing artistic work

4. sarah - May 6, 2009

Oh, this makes me so happy. Definitely going on the RSS feed… but under ‘translation’ or ‘comics’? hmm…

5. Craig - May 7, 2009

Wow, great idea – I hope his relationship survives the cartoons he draws!

6. Pamelaglak - May 23, 2009

Thanks for posting, definitely going to subscribe! See you on my reader.

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