toki, janTepanNetaPelin o!
Just ordered the book! It'll be very interesting to compare the way it presents the language with jan Pije's lessons. He is clear about the fact that his teachings differ somewhat from the book, but doesn't go much into detail about how. I'll study a bit on your site while waiting.
I don't know about you, but I find it very interesting, and good, that there are different views, 'camps' - almost, regarding the way the language is to be, or can be, used. I've already noticed by reading different texts from different authors/translaters, that some are more adventurous and radical than others. Such tendencies tell me that the language, despite it's relative newness and small number of users, is alive. It also makes reading more interesting, I find.
ala li sin lon anpa suno. jan ala li ken toki e ni: 'o lukin! ni li sin a!' tan ni: ale li kama li tawa weka lon tenpo pini.- Eccl. 1.10