Re: Easy and Interesting Languages -- Website
|From:||Mark P. Line <mark@...>|
|Date:||Monday, May 31, 2004, 19:48|
Stephen Mulraney said:
> Mark P. Line wrote:
>> I'll be happy to argue in private or on one of my web fora, of
>> course... :)
> Well, you might make them a wee bit easier to find them. I had to go
> into the headers of your message to find the originating domain name :)
I have them on
Both websites have just been restarted, so don't expect to find much going
on in either place yet. I refer to the second one as the SoCS site below.
Since you ask, though, I've changed my Empirical Linguistics weblog on the
Polymathix site into a discussion forum -- I suggest that further
non-conlang-related debate about going-in assumptions of empirical
linguistics, the (empirical) study of contact varieties and the
(empirical) study of language change be taken there.
There's also a new forum on Agent-Based Modelling of Language Change at
the SoCS site, if that tickles your fancy. Any work I do on pidginization,
creolization and decreolization is likely to wind up there.