Whew! The 2013 Summit is over, and many will require long naps to catch up on their sleep!
News about the Summit
Speaking of catching up, go to the Summit site on Lanyrd where all the sessions are listed. Each session is updated, or being updated, with slides and related blog posts.
Two people were very diligent at blogging at the Summit. Sarah Maddox probably wins the prize for live blogging. Sarah’s last post from the Summit collects all her Summit posts in one list. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy a good read. While you are in reading mode, continue over to Kai Weber’s Summit posts for more great blog posts about the Summit.
Searching for sessions that interest you is easiest on Lanyrd, but you can also go straight to SlideShare and search for “stc13”. All presenters were encouraged to post their slides there with the tag stc13.
Eventifier has a collection of photos, tweets, and more from the Summit.
If Lanyrd and Slideshare made you long to revisit some sessions, don’t worry. You can! All attendees will receive access to Summit@aClick in 6-8 weeks. If you didn’t attendee, you can already preorder Summit@aClick, which is all the recorded sessions in one package.
We had some English-language copies of “How to Write Clearly” on our table at the Summit’s Communities Reception. You can download a free copy of “How to Write Clearly” in the EU bookstore in 23 languages!
You can download the SIG’s brochure (910 KB) for 2013 as a PDF. We had this as a handout at the Summit, too.
And the winner is…
We gave away two subscriptions to the digital Multilingual Magazine during the conference. The winners were Helen O’Shea and Britta Voigt. They have been notified separately.
The magazine is a great resource if you work with internationalisation, localisation, or globalisation issues. Visit their magazine website where you will also find a blog, a free newsletter, the latest news from the industry, and much more. You can also follow them on Twitter at @multilingualmag.