From Captain Cursor’s D&D links, I rediscovered Langmaker.com, a “portal” for Model Languages. It also includes a language-generating program for building your own languages using real linguistic transformation rules.
This looks useful: copying, deleting and pasting text in vi. I really like vi, which could be thought of as the notepad of UNIX, except that it’s infinitely more confusing to the beginner and infinitely more powerful once you learn the cool commands. Using it is a total nightmare if you don’t know what you’re […]
And an interview with Neil Gaiman.
“The other end of the living room is a foreign place where they do things differently, and where I feel a bit nervous.” Another Alan Moore interview, this time from the Onion, this one also in two parts (the second part was cut from the print version).