|From:||J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 16, 2001, 0:10|
In a message dated 14.11.2001 02:04:28 PM, adchaney@MAC.COM writes:
>For me, both the language and the culture are hovering in the same limbo
>state of semi-existance right now. But overall they are pretty developed
>in parallel, advances in one prompting advances in the other.
::nods head in understandin':: As Yoon quoted:
"The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make
What do ya peeps call a conlang that is geared towards creating a
possible real subculture? I am kinda in favour of _xenocultural conlang_ or
_xenolang_ for short. Or _paracultural conlang_/_paralang_. (AFAIK this is
different from an artlang)
czHANg... spinnin' his wheels over Lego's phonology (hehe, the /d3/ in
"GeoloGy," "Jet," "chanGe" & "Jon-Jonathan", the /3/ in "pleaSure",
"treaSure", "televiSion" "de Jure", "ZHivago"... amongst others like /kw/ &
/@/) ... & the orthographic aesthetic wonders of the lettres
'x','c','s','z','v','b', 't', 'p', 'y' & 'j' (I am not too fond of 'q','h' &
'k' & - like ms. nicole of fuzzy bleu monkeys fame - nor do i like
capitalized lettres much at all - except for [or within, ::evil grin::]
proper names & /or
as _VerFremDUNGSeffeKtern_ };P~...
"Desire can be as fragile as it is sudden."