Re: Conlang books collection on Amazon
|From:||Amanda Babcock Furrow <langs@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 13, 2008, 18:22|
ETA - ok, now I see the small "See all of Language's library" link at the
bottom. However, I think it should be more prominent than the generic
promotional link at the top.
On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 01:20:46PM -0500, Amanda Babcock Furrow wrote:
> Neat! But when I click on the "My Media Library" at the top of the box,
> despite it clearly having "tag=lcs-books-20" in the URL, it takes me to
> a page that shows *my* library, not the LCS one. Is this the desired
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 07:38:46AM -0800, Language Creation Society wrote:
> > I've made an Amazon page of all the books of general conlanger
> > interest (i.e. not overly specific to one language) from the previous
> > thread and a few other recommendations:
> > The direct link is pretty ugly, so please see the bottom of
> > <http://conlangs.berkeley.edu/schwag.php>
to see the spiffy version
> > (which only shows a random 9 of the 26 listed).
> > 4-8% of sales - increasing with volume - go to fund the Language
> > Creation Society (and thus future LCCs or other neat things).
> > If you have any suggestions for other books to add (or how else we
> > could do this better), just let me know - or respond to the previous
> > "reviews & recommendations" thread with your own favorites.
> > Enjoy,
> > Sai
> > P.S. Please note the "From:" email. This is now the only "official"
> > LCS email address, and is the one that we will use when speaking on
> > behalf of the LCS. It goes to the LCS officers - currently Henrik
> > Theiling (VP), David Peterson (Secretary/Treasurer), and me (Pres).
> > P.P.S. There's also <http://conlangs.berkeley.edu/auction.php>
> > includes books, bangles, and even tax prep. We'll call a close to it
> > shortly after the next big announcement (coming soon), so if you're
> > interested in anything and haven't yet sent in a bid, email me (at
> > either lcs or personal address). 100% of this goes to the LCS, and the
> > difference between the auction price and fair market value can be
> > counted as a tax-deductible donation if you wish.