Every week we share on Twitter many interesting blog posts and online articles on translation, interpreting, language, as well as freelancing, blogging, business and social media. If you missed any of the great content we shared last week, here is your chance to catch up.
The content is listed in categories based on the topic, so just scroll down to find your favorite and enjoy reading! You can read the Weekly Favorites from previous weeks here.
If you read any fabulous posts that we missed, let us know in the Comments section or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can add your links to next week’s list.
Translation, Interpreting & Languages
Introductory vague language workshop for all interpreters, presented in English
Translation and Identity / Translation as identity (pdf) by Kenneth Kronenberg
Exam Day: The Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination (FCICE)
Watch Your Back: How Back Translation Can Protect Your Globalization ROI
Joining the SfEP: why I added another professional association to my armoury
When I have a feeling that nobody will ever get to read my translation
Conflict and resolution: Tricky situations and unreasonable customers
Could a Flurry of Crowdsourced Translation Become a Blizzard?
Ten steps to make your technical translation projects a success
Technical Translation Is Not Just About Translating Manuals
Is Translation Intellectual Property Or A Mere Commodity?
6 Sales Management Mistakes Translation Companies Make
Language = More Than Just Words (Linguists Know Best)
The Language Services Agencies: Are they good for you?
Say no to the ribbon: an open letter to SDL’s Paul Filkin
Why Startups Are Sporting Increasingly Quirky Names
Review: SDL Trados Studio 2011 Manual – 3rd Edition
Metaphors for Translation from Ferrymen to Omelettes
How would you translate the chart in this DOCX file?
Investments, Mercedes-Benz, and Translation Quality
Internationalization – Everything You Need to Know
Language and words in the news – 19th July, 2013
Do You Need an Interpreter or Translator for That?
Language and words in the news – 26th July, 2013
Do the Right Thing: The Translator’s Moral Code
Spotlight on Literary Translator Amalia Gladhart
Too many recent Japanese loanwords in English?
Loving language and bridging the gap between us
What Do You Learn from Studying Translation?
The President’s Hat – Q&A with the Translators
Ten Common Myths About Translation Quality
Free webinars for translators and interpreters
12 Onomatopoeias from Around the World
100% Matches Are Better Off Left Alone
New tutorials for translation productivity
Translating Europe Days 2013, Brussels
Multilingual social media management
Macro/Micro: Postmodern Translation
Local Linguists: Spring 2013 summary
Interpreter’s mid-career crisis (video)
Born Again in a Second Language
Do We Always Need ‘Translation’?
The Myth of Work/Life Balance
79 Common Mispronunciations
Studio 2014 on its way…
Words we need in English
Teach the translators well
Cracow Translation Days
A Hot Topic: Branding
More than just brands
Tough times in the sty
The Complete Guide to Twitter Lingo
Freelancing, Blogging, Writing
11 Ways to Avoid Burnout and Reinvigorate Your Creativity
If you sit a lot, Varidesk™ will change the way you work
Where Is the Best Place for Freelancers to Work, Really?
10 ways for freelancers to make the most of August
5 Tips To Writing Irresistibly Clickable Blog Titles
8 Ways to Sabotage Your Freelance Writing Career
Top 10 must-haves when working from home
Keyboard porn for writers
Social media, Marketing, Business, Networking, Web Design
4 Ways to Write and Promote Your Content with Social Media in Mind
14+ Useful Twitter Apps to Help You Grow Your Freelance Business
How to Tackle the Most Common B2B Sales Objections
7 Tips To Rank Higher On Google Local Listings
Become a Better Networker in 4 Simple Steps
9 tips to improve your LinkedIn profile
Goodreads Infographic: Which Books Do Readers Find Hard To Finish
Winners of the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
22 Odd Ads From National Geographic Magazine in the 1910s
16 Amazing Places to Visit Via Google Street View
10 Monty Pythonesque British Place Names
62 of the World’s Most Beautiful Libraries
The World’s Most Amazing Staircases
Those Crazy Startup Names!