Tuesday linguistics

  • Wired pronounces “Cyberspace,” coined by William Gibson, dead. Gibson responds: “the prob­lem is that everything has become an aspect of, well, cyberspace.”
  • The “Saints and Sinners” issue of eXchanges features translations from Hebrew, Croatian, Spanish, French, Arabic, and Russian, into English. (Via Languor Management.)


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