Re: 1st, 2nd, 3rd - 4th person POV??
|From:||Carol Anne Buckley <cbuckley@...>|
|Date:||Monday, October 4, 2004, 13:27|
Nice to re-meet you, Tim. It's a fun list, isn't it? But much of the time
I'm too busy to do anything...constructive...for it. At least it's a great
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Smith" <tim.langsmith@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 2004 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: 1st, 2nd, 3rd - 4th person POV??
> At 02:19 PM 9/24/2004 -0400, Carol Anne Buckley wrote:
> >I'm new! I have been lurking for a few days. I have a BA in Linguistics
> >and Cognitive Psych and an MA in Linguistics (emphasis on Oceaniclanguages)
> >and am interested in language in general and Polynesian languages in
> >particular. I write futurist fiction (as yet unpublished). I have no
> >pressing need to develop a conlang at the moment, and, perhapsquixotically,
> >feel rather confident about doing it if I ever need to. (And it will
> >probably be based on Hawaiian, Maori and other EP languages.) I am more
> >interested in abstract discussions than the issues of constructing a
> >particular language.
> >However I met some of your extremely interesting list members at Worldcon
> >and thought it would be cool to see what y'all are writing about online.
> Hi, Carol! I'm one of those people you met at Worldcon, and that
> conversation motivated me to rejoin this list after far too long an
> absence. (I realize with a shock that it's been about four years.) I've
> been lurking for about two weeks now, and am still way behind on incoming
> messages (as you can see by the fact that it's been nine days since you
> posted the message I'm now replying to). But I'm glad to be back, andhope
> to become more of an active participant after I get caught up.
> - Tim