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John E Clifford

Yawn!

Postby John E Clifford » Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:47 pm


Having written up my trial format for the languages I know best, I am at a loss
what to do next. I have some general articles promised but feel ununspired; I
want to do another language. I know about some of your personal languages,but
these seem to me an ill-advised place to go on to now; do you have any
suggestions for languages (preferably NOT auxlangs) I might look at?
F. Harry Stowe (officially -- I still don't know why) pckipo.blogspot.com


Joop Kiefte

Re: Yawn!

Postby Joop Kiefte » Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:20 pm


Please tell me the languages you know already. I have some ideas (based on
own experience) but would like to specify it on your language profile.

2009/8/26 John E Clifford <kali9putra@yahoo.com>

> Having written up my trial format for the languages I know best, I am at a
> loss what to do next. I have some general articles promised but feel
> ununspired; I want to do another language. I know about some of your
> personal languages,but these seem to me an ill-advised place to go on to
> now; do you have any suggestions for languages (preferably NOT auxlangs) I
> might look at?
> F. Harry Stowe (officially -- I still don't know why) pckipo.blogspot.com
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Jim Henry

Re: Yawn!

Postby Jim Henry » Wed Aug 26, 2009 5:47 pm


On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 2:47 PM, John E Clifford<kali9putra@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Having written up my trial format for the languages I know best, I am at a
loss what to do next.  I have some general articles promised but feel
ununspired; I want to do another language.  I know about some of

Sonja mentioned to me Aaron Chapman's Somish, which is another
miniature artlang/auxlang not terribly dissimilar to Toki Pona.

http://www.xonus.com/somish/

Voksigid, by Bruce Gilson and others, was an interesting engelang
project of the early 1990s -- you may know more about it than I do. I
wrote up a brief account of it for the conlang_learners list recently.

http://viewsoflanguage.host56.com/voksigid/

I've recently been studying Kaleissin's Taruven, an artlang with
engelangy aspects, with a high-tech fictional setting (e.g., it has
words for "Dyson sphere" and such-like).

http://taliesin.nvg.org/taruven/

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Jim Henry
http://www.pobox.com/~jimhenry/


John E Clifford

Re: Yawn!

Postby John E Clifford » Wed Aug 26, 2009 7:13 pm


Look ar my blog, pckipo.blogspot.com.  I have done (a start at) Loglan, Lojban,
toki pona and aUI. As I say, these are the ones I know best.




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From: Joop Kiefte <ikojba@gmail.com>
To: tokipona@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2009 2:20:07 PM
Subject: Re: [tokipona] Yawn!


Please tell me the languages you know already. I have some ideas (based on
own experience) but would like to specify it on your language profile.

2009/8/26 John E Clifford <kali9putra@yahoo. com>

> Having written up my trial format for the languages I know best, I am at a
> loss what to do next. I have some general articles promised but feel
> ununspired; I want to do another language. I know about some of your
> personal languages,but these seem to me an ill-advised place to go on to
> now; do you have any suggestions for languages (preferably NOT auxlangs) I
> might look at?
> F. Harry Stowe (officially -- I still don't know why) pckipo.blogspot. com
>
>
>
>
>
>
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>
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
>
>
>

--
Communication is essential. So we need decent tools when communication is
lacking, when language capability is hard to acquire...

- http://esperanto. net - http://esperanto- jongeren. nl

Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible. I think it's
in my basement... let me go upstairs and check.
- M. C. Escher

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