Increasing productivity in my research is something I always try to focus on, so finding new ways to do that can be very beneficial to our work as freelance translators. There are many tools these days to help us with our overall productivity and in this episode we are going to talk about a glossary and research tool for translators – Intelliwebsearch. With me today I have the Italian-English freelance translator who developed this tool, Michael Farrell.
Key points mentioned in this episode:
- Michael Farrell’s translation career
- Information about Intelliwebsearch, what is it and what it’s used for
- How Intelliwebsearch can save us time and how to maintain productivity with this tool
- New version of paid Intelliwebsearch – the differences between the free version and the paid version
- Marketing strategies for Michael and Intelliwebsearch
Useful links mentioned in this episode:
- Michael’s interview with ITI Bulletin (after the launch of the new version)
- Translating and the Computer 36 – Paper by Michael Farrell
- Comparison Table between the free version and the new paid version of Intelliwebsearch
Michael Farrell is primarily a freelance translator and transcreator. During the years he has acquired experience in the cultural tourism field and in transcreating advertising copy and press releases, chiefly for the promotion of technology products. Being a keen amateur cook, he also translates texts on Italian cuisine. Besides this, he is also an untenured lecturer in computer tools for translation at the IULM University (Milan, Italy) and the developer of the terminology search tool IntelliWebSearch. He is a qualified member of the Italian Association of Translators and Interpreters (AITI) and member of the Mediterranean Editors and Translators (MET) association.
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