Every week (or few weeks) we share on Twitter many interesting blog posts and online articles about translation (including Greek translation), localization, interpreting, languages, as well as marketing, 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, Localization, Languages
A Pivot in Localization Strategy is Behind McDonald’s Chinese Burger and KFC’s Hot-dry Noodles
[Smart Habits for Translators] Maintaining Healthy Boundaries between Work and Personal Life
Translation, Transcreation, Transadaptation, and the Science Behind Them
[Lexicon Valley] A controversial theory about the origins of English
What is a UX Writer? Examples from Uber, Apple and Grammarly
The 5th edition of “Why is terminology your passion?” is online!
The Next 5 Biggest Challenges in Neural Machine Translation
Legal Translation / Language & Law Conferences Round-up
10 Things I Learned in 10 Years in the Language Industry
The Skills That Differentiate the World’s Best Translators
The Case for Semicolons – The New York Times
Why We Love Untranslatable Words
The Benefits of Internationalization
Greek translation and language
Μια περιήγηση στις Λέξεις του 2020 -και το περιοδικό 20/20
Business, Marketing, Social media, Writing
16 of the Best B2B Sales Tools to Help Your Sales Team Grow Better
How to craft the perfect LinkedIn profile for social selling
Overwhelming To-Do List? Here’s How to Fix It in 2021
3 great copywriting quotes (and what they mean)
A simple way to stand out on LinkedIn
Tech and other interesting posts
Scientist Author Busts Myths About Exercise, Sitting And Sleep
Virginia Woolf Essay Offers Advice on How to Read a Book
Artificial Intelligence, Virality and Women in Technology
An Oral History of Wikipedia, the Web’s Encyclopedia
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