WEEKLY TOP 5 (PART IV) – 03/17/2014 – 03/23/2014

Well, this week has been sort of chaotic! A bit delayed and completely forgot to publish my article (yes, forgot that tiny saved draft). Apparently the luck of St. Patrick wasn’t on my side at all, but here I am sharing my humble contribution.

Sadly, Mexican voice actor Jorge Arvizu “El Tata” died on March 18th. He was the voice of several characters dubbed into Latin American Spanish such as Fred Flintstone, Bugs Bunny, amont others. Rest In Peace.

 

Tweets

corinne

aless

Via @SocialMediaLondon and @GerryMoran

Via @SocialMediaLondon and @GerryMoran

jenn

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Blog posts

Answers to 18 SEO Questions You Were Too Afraid to Ask

Rates: think green zone, yellow zone, red zone

Six tips for choosing a specialization for your freelance translation career

Many medical interpreters are missing out on a prestigious and profitable field

A guide to what’s happened after Rape in the Fields

 

Articles

How to Revamp Your Small Business Website

On the Origin of ‘Fuck’

Linguistic Study Shows Evidence of ‘Back-Migration’ When Early Native Americans Left Beringia

“Marriage is an uncut watermelon”: How translation brought my native language to life

14 Horrible Things That Can Happen If You Sit At Your Desk For Too Long

News

First passports handed out to new Russian citizens in Crimea

Major Spanish-Language Newspaper Slams Obama

Russian Lawmaker Wants to Abolish the Letter ‘ы’

Jorge Arvizu ‘El Tata’ Dies: Voice Behind Benito Bodoque, Pedro Picapiedra Dead From Heart Failure At 81 [VIDEO]

“Let Them Learn French”: Canada’s Bilingual Elite Hold All the Power

 

Feel free to post your comments and questions. If you have any suggestion or you’d like to share with me a link or tweet for next week, please do not hesitate on letting me know.

Have a great start of the week!

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