archive has lots of fonts for many different languages and
Mono is a font available for Mac, PC, and Unix which comes in
separate varieties for all the major charsets out there. It's
monospace, too, so it's nice if you telnet and switch charsets a
mappings that are standard in various places.
For those of you out there in Windowsland,
is a text editor which handles Unicode.
standards, incl. the important Greek, Cyrillic, and Japanese
ones and most of the ISO-8859 sets.
8859-1 as it pertains to the WWW
8859 character sets
ISO 639 gives the
standard two-letter abbreviation for many languages.
is useful for looking up words in various languages, without
worrying about ambiguity of meaning.
Phonetic Association, which among other things maintains the
International Phonetic Alphabet...
...and a listing of ASCII-IPA
...and an IPA webfont.
Don Blaheta /
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