Wednesday March 23, 2005
Here's a few new or new-to-me blogs I've come across recently, either in my referrer logs or elsewhere:
- HeiDeas, the blog of Heidi Harley, an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Arizona. Apparently, her comment on this post pushed her over the edge and she took up the blogging habit. It's worth noting that it's supposed to be pronounced "high-deas" and not "Heidi-ass"—at least, I think so. Welcome!
- Blogos, which "covers language through multilinguality and translation, localization and global markets, individual skills and emerging technologies, enablers and barriers, knowledge and speculation." Blogos has actually been around since April of last year, but I just found out about it recently. Lots of interesting stuff about the intersection of technology and languages—who knows, there may be such a thing as Applied Linguistics after all.
- abortiva, the blog of Matt, who describes himself thusly: "By day I pretend to be a linguistics student at my local state funded university. By night I pretend to be a linguistics student at my local state funded university, except at my house."
- tentaizu, which appears to be primarly a photo blog by Patrick Gage Kelley. Not really language-related, but his photos are interesting (like this one) and he's had the good taste to blogroll me, for which I am always grateful.
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Thanks much for the welcome! and also you are of course right about the intended pronunctiation of the blog title, though it has occurred to me that the orthographic ambiguity could come in useful; one could adjust the pronunciation mentally if some post of mine rubbed one the wrong way. luckily i'll never know. hooray, blogosphere!
Thanks for the links. I noticed blogos is using the same software that I am - probably the best blogging software on the face of the planet. Expression Engine!
Sometimes blog etiquette eludes me. Actually, etiquette in general eludes me.
Thanks for the mention and the welcome.