Every week we share on Twitter many interesting blog posts and online articles about translation (including Greek translation), localization, interpreting, languages, as well as 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 links are listed in categories and organized by subject matter. Scroll down to find your favorite and enjoy reading! Click here for Translation Favorites from previous weeks.
If you’ve read a fabulous post and would like to share, 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
How the EU Uses ‘Extensive Outsourcing’ to Translate Over 750,000 Pages per Year
Business Confidence Survey Points to Continuing Growth in the Language Sector
Check out the January/February 2018 issue of The ATA Chronicle online!
Second language learning and relevance – a Canadian perspective
Ways to Adapt to Technology & Change in Language Services
Translation and localization events you need to attend in 2018
Okapi Tools: How Translators Can Take Advantage of Them
Nine Tips for Getting Market and Language Strategy Right
Is ATA Certification One of Your 2018 Resolutions?
Compiling terminology in a new field of knowledge
The Untranslatables | Capturing the mind in a word.
6 ways a translator can help you or your business
Why people are still trying to ‘lose’ their accents
Traduction et traducteur : entre mythe et réalité
2017 Language Industry Quotes of the Year
Word(s) of the Year 2017 – Lingua Franca
[Video] What Causes a Foreign Accent?
Are There Any Female Polyglots?
Words to live by in 2017
Greek translation & language
Blogging, Writing, Productivity, Social media
Marketing, Business, Web Design
How Common is Your Birthday? This Visualization Might Surprise You
Daniel Pink’s ‘When’ Shows the Importance Of Timing Throughout Life
Toronto Public Library just launched its own movie streaming service
These Vibrant Maps Reveal the World’s Hidden Geographies
Fossils from the early Device Age