I recently spent time looking for online resources that target linguists, localizers, terminologists and people generally interested in language-related matters. I was surprised to see how many great online language resources there are (both entertaining and informative). I had a good time reading and will definitely revisit them.
Here are some I especially liked:http://www.lingforum.com/forum/ (Academic linguistics discussion forum)www.proz.com (Web portal for language professionals)http://webtools.uiuc.edu/blog/view?blogId=25 (Blog on sociolinguistic and political language issues)http://languageandhumor.com/blog/ (Blog on language, linguistics, and humor)
http://transubstantiation.wordpress.com/ (Translation blog)http://iate.europa.eu/iatediff/SearchByQueryLoad.do?method=load (Inter Active Terminology Europe, Search tool from European Union)http://www-306.ibm.com/software/globalization/terminology/ab.jsp#a00 (IBM Glossary)www.multilingual.com (Multilingual Computing homepage)
I am certain that there are many more I am not aware of. Please let me know which language-related websites, forums and blogs you recommend.
I am looking forward to hearing from you!
I'm the author of a blog about translation (written in French), www.anotherword.fr, and if you are interested, i also referenced other websites definitely worth reading about translation and languages.