Home / Links / Links: ATA social media presentation Links: ATA social media presentation By Corinne McKay October 30, 2009 Links 5 Comments Tweet Pin It At last week’s ATA conference, Eve Bodeux, Michael Wahlster and I co-presented “Web 2.0 Tools for Translation Industry Professionals”. Following are the links that Eve and I mentioned in our portions. You can find Michael’s links at http://snurl.com/sbuoq. Corinne’s links: Technorati, a blog search engine Google Reader, a browser-based feed reader Blogging on bilingualism Musings from an overworked translator The greener word Naked translations Masked translator Essential project management Translation times There’s something about translation Translate this! Speaking of translation WordPress TypePad Blogger Eve’s links: Bodeux International Facebook LinkedIn LinkedIn for Mobile Twitter Ning YouTube Flickr Viadeo Related Posts Out and about on the web Translation and interpreting: Best Careers 2011 An interesting post on client solvency Written by corinnemckay 5 Responses to “Links: ATA social media presentation” Sarah Dillon October 31, 2009 Thanks for the link and mention, Corinne. Glad to have made it to #ATA50 in some way, shape or form! Best, Sarah Reply céline November 2, 2009 Thanks from me too Corinne, are you planning on sharing your presentation? Reply Corinne McKay November 2, 2009 @Sarah and Celine, thanks for having such great blogs to show off! I can definitely put up the presentation, but without the notes it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense (because I showed a lot of screenshots and talked about the specific features of that blog). But once I dig out from the chaos of being gone for a week, I’ll put up the show! Thanks, Corinne Reply ebodeux November 2, 2009 Michael had mentioned that he is going to take the lead in getting a version up (kind of like Sarah’s on social media) that will play all by itself. If you’d like to wait till that, it should have sound too… He is the guru on this, but I think I understood it correctly. Reply Transubstantiation November 3, 2009 Many thanks for the great links. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.