We shall get into some details regarding some of those, such as:

http://www.lingoturk.com/Sources/glennsguide.pdf

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http://translationjournal.net/journal/00misc.htm

Links

Translators’ On-Line Resources

Miscellaneous Translators’ Resources

Karin Adamczyk’s Home Page
http://pages.infinit.net/karining
Karin Adamczyk discontinued the listing of bad payers/slow payers/non-payers at her Web site, but she has established a payment practices mailing list, where translators can still find out if a certain customer is a habitual slow payer or non-payer.CyberBabel
http://victorian.fortunecity.com/postmodern/242/cyberbabel.html
An original site by Hazem Azmy, Egypt, with lots of interesting links classified by type.Roger Chriss’s Language Realm
http://www.languagerealm.com/
An ecletic site with news about translation, glossaries, articles, translation as a business, technology, and links. An interesting and well-designed site.João Roque Dias’s Web Site
http://jrdias.com
One of the best Web sites I’ve seen. Clear, attractive design combined with technical wizardry and rich content. An example of how a translator’s web site is supposed to provide useful information to clients and colleagues in an interesting and easy-to-navigate form.Frank Dietz’s Home Page
http://www.jump.net/~fdietz
A great selection of English and German monolingual and bilingual on-line glossaries in various subject areas.

Eva Easton’s Site
http://eleaston.com/
An extensive site aimed mostly at language teachers, but also useful to translators. English grammar, dictionaries and glossaries in many languages, travel, and humor. A delight for anybody interested in languages.

Foreignword.com
http://www.foreignword.com
An excellent resource for translators. DictSearch (over 90 on-line dictionaries), TranslateNow (on-line machine translation), LinkSearch, NetSearch (hundreds of search engines from a single screen), Technology (mainly machine translation), Translators (enter your CV), and Forum.

Jobs for German Linguists
listserv@twh.msn.sub.org
To subscribe, send the message SUBSCRIBE u-jobs to the above address.

Michael Gierhake’s Language and Translation Links
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/3137/index.html
A translator’s treasure trove of glossaries, dictionaries, search engines, and more.

Glenn’s Guide to Translation Agencies
http://www.glennsguide.com/
This home to Glenn’s Guide to Translation Agencies also contains useful advice to beginning translators, links to dictionaries and databases, reference resources, information on specific countries, and much more! Glenn’s list has now been purchased by e-Translate.