Top 25 Language Professionals Blogs 2013

Here you will find the Top 25 Language Lovers 2013 in the category ‘Language Professionals’. This category focuses on blogs by people using languages in their profession, such as translators, interpreters and localization specialists. We congratulate the winners (2012 winners here)!

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1.Translation Times
Entrepreneurial linguists Judy and Dagmar Jenner blog about their multinational languages business and share useful tips and insight into the translation and interpreting business.
italicissima is dedicated to real Italian language as it appears in contemporary literature. You will find a monthly post on a novel of literary and linguistic interest and a language-themed interview with the author.
3.Les Piles intermédiaires
Ramblings, rantings and ravings of a French professional translator who also enjoys an occasional movie, a good read and a new pair of shoes.
Names, brands, writing, and the quirks of the English language. The blogger has been involved in verbal branding for more than 20 years as a name and tagline developer and a crafter of concise, compelling brand stories.
5.Back of the cereal box
The Back of the Cereal Box is the record of the weird ways pop culture intersects with the blogger's life. The writer talks about himself a lot, but he tries to do it in a way that makes it relevant to people who don’t know him.
6.Algo más que traducir
Blog about professional translation, video game localization, translation software, apps, websites and more! Author: Pablo Muñoz.
7.European Parliament Terminology Coordination
The main aims of the Terminology Coordination Unit is to cover the communication needs of the TermCoord with terminology and linguistic departments.
8.Johnson's blog
Johnson's correspondents consider the use and abuse of languages around the world, in a blog named after the dictionary-maker Samuel Johnson.
9.Hangukdrama and Korean
This language site provides a lot of information about learning Korean. The site which is very resourceful and anyone learning Korean should have a look at it.
10.Aventuras de una traductora-intérprete en Madrid
This is a blog, written in Spanish, about translation and interpretation in Madrid. Includes entries about training, conferences as well as some interviews, anecdotes about the everyday life of a working interpreter.

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the competition. Without all of you this competition would not have been possible. If your blog, Facebook page or Twitter account is on the list, you might want to add the Top 100 Language Lovers 2013 button to your blog. Click here if you’d like to get more information on how the competition works. We hope to see you again soon on Lexiophiles and