EU legislation glossary (in several languages) http://europa.eu/legislation_summaries/glossary/
Global Slang Glossary http://ow.ly/4Q84H
Glossary of Insurance Terms http://bit.ly/IzItlC
Glossary of Naval Terms (EN-PT-ES) http://www.sobena.org.br/gloss.asp
Glossary of Roofing Terms (EN) http://bit.ly/jnfNKf
Glossary of Skincare Terminology http://ow.ly/4NFoO
Green Glossary http://ow.ly/4Q8Xr
List of medical roots, suffixes and prefixes http://zite.to/iGQ9bb
Pediatric cardiopathy glossary (Soperj newsletter – PT) http://bit.ly/imCdsN (PDF)
Sustainability Terms (PT) http://abr.io/WB4
Thematic Glossary: Food and Nutrition (EN-PT) http://bit.ly/mrxzik (PDF)
Visual Glossary of Symbols http://ow.ly/57Z3Z
10 Productivity Tips for the Mobile Translation Professional http://bit.ly/I0rQjn
Online Grammar Checker http://bit.ly/k9vk0e
Delicious finally completed that transition they’ve been announcing (I had already mentioned it here). Layout changed a little, and it seems that Firefox plugin is not working anymore. Popup windows opens, everything seems normal, but plugin doesn’t send the data to their website.
For now, we have the option of using their bookmarklet until a new plugin is released (I bet it won’t take long). Login to the website, click the “My stacks” tab and drag Delicious button to your browser toolbar.
You’ll have something like this:
Now, click the button when you want to add a link to your Delicious account.
Here’s a copy of Delicious button:
New Delicious has also a new functionality, “Stacks”, which seems to be similar to the “bundles” from the old version.
I hope Delicious continues working well. I rely on it to keep all my glossary links. 🙂
Update (oct 06, 2011):
Delicious plugin is working fine in Firefox. You just have to clean browser cache and history and everything goes back to normal.
First of all, I apologize for taking so long to post the links. Too much work, too little time. For those who attended my presentation, I also apologize for my lack of enthusiasm during the presentation. I was feeling really sick that day, lost all the morning presentations and even thought I couldn’t deliver mine.
Anyway, here are the links I promised:
For Word files:
AndoTools – Official website is off, but this is a copy I kept for myself. Works fine and is virus-free. ReadMe file with info on the release.
For Excel spreadsheets:
Solid Converter (Windows)
desk unPDF (Mac)
GoldenDict (my posts on using the app: part 1, part 2 & part 3)
iGoogle (see also my post on how to include gadgets and dicts to iGoogle)
Backup and sync:
Carbon Copy Cloner (Mac)
Links & RSS aggregators:
Delicious (and my Delicious, specially for online glossaries, dictionaries and reference material)
Nicesharing – splits browser window to show two different websites
Google Chrome Dual View
Add to Search Bar
More Firefox search add-ons