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Re: webifying Tokana (was Re: LUNATIC again)

From:Hawksinger <hawksinger@...>
Date:Thursday, November 5, 1998, 7:05
Matt Pearson wrote:
> > >I've noticed that intellectual achievement and cameraderie are all > >satisfying outcomes of conlanging, especially now that it has gone > >electronic, especially for some of those conlangs like Brithenig that have > >acquired a small fan following. Or Tokana for that matter. Matt has > >exchanged his paper grammar with over twenty people. Imagine what would > >happen if he put it on-line. > > Alright alright! I get the hint! :-) > > I suppose that, in spite of my hectic schedule, I could try to get some > software to convert my Word files into HTML. Once I've done that, though, > there's the problem of where to put them. The Tokana Reference Grammar > fills around 160 pages of hardcopy text, and is divided into about 75 > sections and subsections, each of which should probably be a webpage of > its own. I doubt seriously if the UCLA Humanities Computing Office > (which maintains my homepage) would allow me to upload that much stuff. > So what to do? > > Matt. > > ------------------------------------ > Matt Pearson > > UCLA Linguistics Department > 405 Hilgard Avenue > Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543 > ------------------------------------
Geocities, Fortunecity, Tripod, Xoom, Angelfire, TheGlobe, etc, there are a whole lot of free web page places out there. I for one encourage you to look into them. BTW, for what its worth, I prefer Geocities above the rest. TheGlobe sucks IMHO. -- Brad Coon My Conlang and Conculture pages Most of my pages including my home page My Outdoor and Primitive Skills Pages My wine pages. "Life without adventure is merely existance."--Hawksinger