Today is my blog housekeeping day. Pretty much everyone seems to be gathering in Athens for fun in the sun and some serious translator business at the IAPTI conference. I got sucked into heavy-duty volunteering at my children’s daycare center and am busy wishing I could be in Athens instead, so there is only time for this SUPREMELY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
New and improved: Resources for German translators
Sprachrausch blog now has a Translator Resources page specifically for German-speaking translators. This serves several purposes:
- It unclutters the English Translator Resources page and frees up space to add some new resources.
- The German page offers more room to collect resources there that wouldn’t be of interest to those who don’t speak German. Everyone wins.
- It’s my blog and I felt like doing it 🙂
Let me repeat that I am happy to add any resources that you suggest. I live in my little corner of the web and am acutely aware that my lists are only a small slice of what’s actually out there.
PS I am also aware of the irony of writing a post about my new German page in English
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PPS This is the perfect post to plug the Day of Multilingual Blogging 2014 coming up on November 13, 2014. Sign up here and use that day to write a post in another language than the one you usually blog in. Last year, I wrote a post in German and I’ve signed up again this year. Follow the hashtag #babel14 to stay informed. See you there?