Blahedo's Language and Linguistics Links
Languages are just so _incredibly_ interesting... and important. If you
don't know a second language, you should; in addition to the obvious
benefits (being able to communicate with a large segment of people who
don't speak your native language), it increases your cultural awareness
and your thinking abilities.
But enough lecturing. :) I have a bunch of links relevant to
languages and linguistics, divided into five categories:
The links themselves have been farmed out to other pages now, since the
whole list was getting a little too long to be manageable (or useful).
All links are mostly in English unless otherwise noted.
- General links
- Stuff which pertains to multiple
language types, like font archives, character set design, and some
- Auxiliary languages
- Languages which are
intended to serve as a communication medium between speakers of two
different languages. Many are conlangs.
- Constructed languages
- Languages which people
just designed for the heck of it. Some of these are
fascinating. Note that IAL-intended conlangs are listed in the
- Whereas the previous section
lists actual conlangs, this section contains links about the process of
- Natural languages
- Languages which evolved
naturally and have a largely native speaker base.
Don Blaheta /
this space intentionally left blank