Just subtitling. And the tools provided are pretty good. Makes things a little too easy. razz Haha. And thanks for the link. There are also some guides on my company's website with regards to meeting special needs. 4laugh
But again, too much time on my hands right now with which I could go into stuff that I used to do back when I was still studying. Jobs tend to boil things down to the most indivisibly basic level. Turning what should be challenging and thought provoking into something so mechanical and monotonous. I want to relieve the exciting years of school and college when I spent a lot of time tinkering with games, code, editors, etc. etc 3nodding
And dang. Those are skilled fields.The fact that you can do it at all is more than what most people could ever do. biggrin
Still trying to piece together what it is you do. sweatdrop It still does sound very involving and hectic. gonk
I'm a mixed bag. I have bookish knowledge in programming. I then went into business and have worked for years as an online marketer but got bored with it. So I'm trying to return to my programming roots which I'm hoping will happen in the next few months. redface
At present though. I'm freelancing for a company that does subtitling work. Easy and I get plenty of free time. All the more reason why I want to do more... creative/productive stuff. 3nodding
That is really cool. But does that mean you work form home or you have to go outside?
And it certainly seems to suggest you posses some skills. May I know what they are?
I personally work from home. But I don't get much work so I'm planning to build and strengthen the skills I already have such as website development in the coming motnhs so I can freelance and find even more work. biggrin
But 20 hours is insane. Any reason why you have to work so hard? sadgonk