sw-l-digest V1 #2383
gerard.meijssen at GMAIL.COM
Fri May 18 06:17:03 UTC 2007
I would not be surprised when there are many blogs and even vlogs that deal
with SignWriting in particular and sign language in general. In the Wiki
world there are two websites where you find the aggregation of blogs about
Wikis.. Maybe this is something that you would like to consider..
Many websites allow for the labeling of articles and thereby it is possible
to restrict what you get out of a blog. My blog is about my dictionary
project OmegaWiki and Wikis in general. The elabeling allows you to find
content about the same subject.
here's another blog..... in french!!!
> Le 17 mai 07 =E0 16:21, Valerie Sutton a =E9crit :
> > SignWriting List
> > May 17, 2007
> > THANK YOU, Gerard, for these three blogs about SignWriting...
> > Today's blog was particularly good I think... Many of us know how =20
> > you feel. For people new to signed languages, it is an amazing =20
> > experience to realize that signed languages are foreign languages =20
> > and that one cannot understand them automatically. They need to be =20
> > learned, just as we learn any new spoken language.
> > And we are all learning together, about the richness of the many =20
> > signed languages in the world.
> > Take a read, everyone:
> > Blog about SignWriting, May 17, 2007
> > Blog about SignWriting, April 26, 2007
> > Blog about SignWriting, April 13, 2007
> > http://ultimategerardm.blogspot.com/search/label/SignWriting
> > Scroll down to read all three on that page.
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