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1. Laurie Schiet-Heath - April 29, 2015


I see that “The photos and text in this blog may not be reproduced or used without my permission” but I love many of your Wordless Wednesday posts. Is it possible to repost some of them on, say, my LinkedIn timeline or is it better suited to a website (which I don’t – yet- have)? Have you had any requests for this yet?


Laurie Schiet-Heath

In Other Words
NE-EN vertalingen
Dutch-English translations

Jill (@bonnjill) - April 29, 2015

Hi Laurie, absolutely. The disclaimer is primarily for the text and my original photos. Any Wordless Wednesday posts are fair game.

2. Pierre Cadieux - December 6, 2016

Hi Jill,
I would like to use your “how to recognize a translator” in a workshop I am developing; it would be the last slide in a chapter after a slide called “Think of the translator”. This is a commercial workshop that I present to various companies. I would include a link to your web site at the top of the slide. Would this be possible?

Jill (@bonnjill) - December 6, 2016

Hi Pierre,

Of course. Thanks for asking.


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