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Recap: Most popular posts on Medical Translation InsightHappy New Year!

As we start 2010, it's exciting to think about what lies ahead: All of the possibilities, opportunities, excitement that's sure to come our way over the next 12 months. But first, a look back...

In December, the posts that received the most attention were:

  1. Translation prices are going down, down, down - This was by far the most-read article in December.

  2. ForeignExchange is hiring - We have received a huge response to our job listing. Thanks a lot to everybody who wrote!

  3. Prepping messy files for TM usage - Dave Turner's tools are a huge help to everybody who struggles with messy source files.

  4. Glossary of Spanish acronyms and abbreviations - Tremedica provides lots of valuable resources - check them out.

  5. Is Google Translate accurate enough for professional use? - On our most-read list for the 2nd month in a row, the article struck a nerve among translation service providers.
Over the past 12 months, we have published some really good as well as some ... well, let's call them "forgettable" articles. Ever the optimist, I would like to focus on the former group. Based on reader counts, here are the five most-read articles for all of 2009:
  1. 100% text repetitions: To review or not to review

  2. Periodic table of typefaces

  3. Man who grew pot must serve as translator

  4. What you need to know about translation memories

  5. Will crowdsourcing change the translation business?
Later this week, we will post a more detailed look back at 2009, in the form of an update to our look at social media use in the translation business.

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