ATA List of Translation Blogs

We were delighted to learn that our friends at the American Translators Association have listed our little Translation Times blog on their website, along with dozens of other fantastic blogs written by our colleagues, most of which we link to on our blogroll.

With social media and web 2.0 changing the way business is done on a global level, we think it's fantastic that the ATA, as the largest translation and interpretation organization in the world, is recognizing the value of these industry-specific blogs. They are great forums for colleagiate exchange and provide us the ability to continuously learn from each other.

Thank you for including us -- we are quite honored. See the list here.


2 comments:

Karen Tkaczyk on April 9, 2009 at 7:44 PM said...

Congratulations!

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on April 10, 2009 at 9:42 AM said...

Thanks, Karen! We are in very good company, and all those other fantastic blogs inspired us in the first place to write this blog.

Join the conversation! Commenting is a great way to become part of the translation and interpretation community. Your comments don’t have to be overly academic to get published. We usually publish all comments that aren't spam, self-promotional or offensive to others. Agreeing or not agreeing with the issue at hand and stating why is a good way to start. Social media is all about interaction, so don’t limit yourself to reading and start commenting! We very much look forward to your comments and insight. Let's learn from each other and continue these important conversations.

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