Conlangery #68: Agglutination
September 24, 2012 11 Comments
We are super excited to reveal that our third host for (we hope) the duration of William’s absence will be none other than David J. Peterson! Take a listen as we talk through the challenges of making an agglutinative language that isn’t depressingly boring.
Top of Show Greeting: Kihā́mmic
Email from (another) Michael:
I’ve been having a bear of a time getting going with LaTeX. For some reason, I can’t get my hands on the Windows binaries that the LaTeX project website links to, and I can’t stand Lyx. The LaTeX wikibook recommends using an online editor at ScribTeX.com, but that site isn’t taking new users anymore (besides that, it’s a freemium business model that gets you only 5 projects unless you pony up the dough). When I tried to register, it pointed me at ShareLaTeX.com, which I’m going to try out. From what I can tell so far, it’s easy to write out the code, and you just click a button and it gives you a PDF right away. I’ll keep you guys posted; this might be a great resource for conlangers!