Archive for the 'Language' Category

The Olympus E-3, (Part 8).

Monday, August 4th, 2008

After playing in a park, (see yesterday’s entry), Amazon suddenly became hungry so we retired to a basement cafe and pool hall. It was suprisingly civilized and the barman made Amazon the largest ‘tost’ I have thus far seen. The lighting was very subdued so all this series was shot using Image Stabilization and apertures […]

Will Twitter Do For Language What 100 Years Of Language Reformers Have Failed To Achieve? (Part 1)

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

A Wonderful Book For A Lad! As a small boy I knew nothing of language reform, I just knew that I couldn’t spell, that adults told me that this was a bad thing, and I discovered at school that sometimes my inability could be painful. Imagine my surprise one Christmas when my eldest brother Nick […]

Amos: Fuelled On Hot Air!

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

The Best Receptacle For Written Verbiage!  One of the problems of being a health-care professional is that one’s home fills up with confidential medical papers, affidavits, supervisors reports and the like. This stuff is largely verbiage and opinion, rarely born out by future events but which may significantly impact upon the lives of people in […]

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