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Lost in Translation – Ten Tips for Working with Interpreters

Manner of Speaking

Lost in Translation is a terrific film that received critical acclaim when it was released in 2003. The scene takes place during one of the commercial.

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The Nonverbal Communication Book TOC

The Communication Blog

Glossary of 200 Nonverbal Communication Concepts. Glossary of 200 Nonverbal Communication Concepts. Here is the Table of Contents for The Nonverbal Communication Book. The Nonverbal Communication Book. Contents in Brief. Welcome to The Nonverbal Communication Book. Part One. Foundations of Nonverbal Communication. Part Two. Part Three.

Digitizing and Widgetizing Our Textbooks

The Communication Blog

A widgetal textbook (see glossary at the end of this post), on the other hand, is not only digital but interactive. A Glossary Some of the terms and definitions in this glossary are standard; some are made up to provide a way of talking about the new textbooks. Well, not exactly, just yet but it’s coming.

What is the Word?

DeFinis Communications

I recommend developing a glossary of words that would like to use and practicing them ahead of time. And now I’d like to… (Pause…um…err…ah…). Do you ever find yourself grasping for words or losing your place in the middle of a sentence? If so, you’re not alone. And that will never win points with an audience. .

The Nonverbal Communication Book Preface

The Communication Blog

The Nonverbal Communication Book is divided into three parts, consisting of ten chapters, two appendixes, and a glossary of technical terms. A glossary of nonverbal concepts is included as the end of the text to clarify further the technical terms of this area of study. Here is the preface; the TOC will follow in another post. Welcome.

Rands In Repose: Keynote Kung-fu

Lots of it. Today is Sunday and I’ve clocked 6 hours of Keynote and I’m ok with that. This is basic Keynote blocking and tackling. Handy.

Rands In Repose: Keynote Kung-fu Two

home tech life management vegas glossary archives about Tech Life You’re the presentation Keynote Kung-fu Two You’ve taken some hits. Being taken apart by the execs because they could smell you weren’t prepared. The slide deck you loved that the audience ignored. That guy… snoring. In the front row. Black is pleasantly generic.