Dear Dr. Usability, I am trying to expand my practice but there is only so much software development done here in Precotia, Idaho. I decided to branch out internationally by posting my services on the Internet and I was contacted by a promising client in Athens, Greece. This is potentially a lot of money, but I see insurmountable problems, like they require I know Greek. What should I do? Really Worried in Idaho Dear Really Worried, Did they say Greek or Greeking? If the former, I hope you're ready to hire your first employee who actually speaks Greek, since…
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