Earlier in the year, I wrote a post about giving away books. This is a quick update for those who are interested. Long story short, I will not give out books individually because it’s complicated and there are easier ways to make sure my books get proper treatment.
I will be posting more translations of things I find interesting on the web. Just to be clear, these are just done in my free time. The first one is an interview with a woman who does English-Japanese translation.
I made this playlist for those new to Japanese Sign Language. These three videos will teach you how to sign the kana (指文字).
Let me know if you’d be interested in more custom playlists!
Index Translationum is a list of books translated and published in the UNESCO Member States between 1979 and 2009. The website also contains statistics about the most translated authors as well as the most popular source and target languages.
Japanese Talk Online is a translator’s blog that covers learning Japanese, translation, and Japanese culture.
UPDATE(11/26/16): I’ve decided to do something different with all the books, check out the details on my update post.
*people who have already called dibs will get their books.
Okay, not all of them. I’m keeping about twenty or so because I know I’ll re-read them at some point. The rest will be up for grabs at the end of this year.