Vote for Your Favorite Language Blogs

We were delighted to hear that our colleague Emma Littner nominated our little blog for the Top 100 Language Blogs. Thanks, Emma!

The Top 100 Language Blogs list is compiled by the managers of a fantastic blog on language,s in several languages, Lexiophiles. We frequent the site for excellent insight into languages, and used their Top 100 Language Blog list last year to find our favorite blogs. There's a lot of talent out there in the translation world, and most of the blogs are fantastic (we link to our favorites on our blog roll to the left). It's wonderful that these blogs -- and the busy professionals behind them -- will be getting recognized.

We heard from the ranking's organizers that we are encouraged to put this button on our blog in case you would like to vote for us. We'd be honored and delighted, but please have a look at all the other contestants and vote for your favorites (you can vote for one in each category; ours is in the languages professionals group). Have fun, and if you decide to vote for us -- thank you! Voting starts today and concludes on July 28. Winners will be announced on July 30.


Emma Littner said...

You are welcome Judy and Dagmar!I am looking forward to the results being published at the end of July. As you point out, it will be a great opportunity to discover new and interesting translation blogs too.

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on July 10, 2009 at 11:13 PM said...

Thanks, Emma! This list really is the only place we found where you can get information on good language-related blogs, so it's very handy. We found all the ones we liked and added them to our RSS feeds and then to our blog roll. There are some fantastic blogs out there, written by very talented professionals.

Carolyn on September 30, 2009 at 6:31 AM said...

Did you win??

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on September 30, 2009 at 10:07 AM said...

@Carolyn: unfortunately, we didn't win, but we were thrilled just to be nominated. Maybe next year!

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