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 email@example.com so we can add your links to next week’s list.
Translation, Interpreting & Languages
Research techniques for translators – Bilingual dictionaries and glossaries (online and offline)
Translation is a very competitive profession, translation is not a very competitive profession
Research techniques for translators – Multilingual websites – the fruits and the pitfalls
Use your website to sell your products and services globally (slideshare presentation)
Research techniques for translators – Monolingual dictionaries and encyclopaedias
When I’m working on one urgent job and another equally urgent job comes in
Hello, world! Quality website translation is your entry pass to a global market
12 Mistakes Nearly Everyone Who Writes About Grammar Mistakes Makes
Conference of Food and Culture in Translation, May 22-24, Bertinoro, Italy
Language Blog Roundup: dude, Victorian slang, shaming and mansplaining
Research techniques for translators – The secret power of search engines
Implementing a controlled language is now cheaper and easier than ever!
Jobs as EU lawyer-linguists – Court of Justice, Council, Parliament
Copyright and Translation: What Every Translator Needs to Know
What Are the Differences Between Translation and Transcreation?
When I’m asked to explain another translator’s choice of words
What the Romans did for us: English words of Latin origin
A Beginner’s Guide to the Most Confusing Cooking Terms
How to search on multiple PDF files at the same time
Traducteurs : 3 pistes pour se former sans se ruiner
Kilgray training resources: is this what you need?
English Has a New Preposition, Because Internet
A Few Tips on Getting the Translation You Need
Comedy Translation and Other Irregu-Hillarities
Mentors and coaches and why we all need them
Language & technology: Don’t fear the Tweeter
Links for getting the most out of conferences
The Importance of Localization Engineering
Translation Conferences January-June 2014
Tips for dealing with stress and frustration
Interview with translator Eliot Weinberger
On Being Human, Small, and Vulnerable
Specialisation according to Rose Newell
When Americans Imitate Canadians
Selfie is the Word of the Year 2013
7 tips for effective proofreading
Games freelancers translate
Social media, Marketing, Business, Networking, Web Design
Your Complete Prospecting Guide (Part II) – How To Get ‘Warm’ Customers into Your Sales Process
Your Complete Prospecting Guide (Part I) – Who is Your Ideal Client?
5 Tips To Make The Most of Networking Events With Social Media
An Editor’s Guide To Writing Ridiculously Good Emails
Do not use mass marketing in your business
49 Social Media Tips For Business
Endorsements … who’d ‘ave ’em?
How to Make the Airport Less Crappy (and More Fun)
Why Tea Is So Healthy for You (and How to Get the Most from Every Cup)
7 Productivity Boosting Keyboard Shortcuts Every Mac User Should Know
Navigate Files Like a Pro with These Finder Tips and Tricks
The Science Behind Posture and How It Affects Your Brain
Top 10 Things You Never Have to Pay Full Price For
Monty Python reunion planned for new stage show
A 3-Step Alternative to a Machine-Like Workday
Fitness calculator – Find out your ‘fitness age’
15+ Step-By-Step Public Speaking Tips
Comparing International Cost of Living
Tourism slogans from around the world
The Decline of Wikipedia