|Veatch 1991, English Vowels||A U Penn dissertation in Linguistics comprising acoustic physics, articulatory phonetics, surface phonology, dialectology, and historical linguistics all regarding that most understood niche in knowledge of that most interesting species, us|
|Translation Graphs||A project for representing media and documents along with their translations.|
|On Human Evolution||Tautology -> Evolution -> Language|
Also, methodology, whereby evolutionary changes may be ordered.
Also, a conceptual archeology, from language back to the Big Bang, and beyond.
Also, notes on the evolution of language.
|Real Time Scrolling Spectrograph||Watching a time-frequency analysis unroll on the screen as you speak, whistle, or sing, is perhaps the coolest thing in all of speech science. I used one of these in grad school, so I wrote one when I had the chance. So amazing, so much fun! Speak slowly. Whistle! Do a scale. Say "why" slowly and watch your vowels evolve. Compare "you" and "yow". Compare high and low pitch. Go play!|
|PC?||It's not PC but cursing is a sign of intimacy with the listener.|
|Watch your pronouns||Grumpy Tom says Mind your We's and They's|
|The Linguistic Pragmatics of "Black Lives Matter"||A little linguistics goes a long way, getting us all on the same page.|
|Sanskrit and Yoga Philosophy||Resources in Sanskrit and Yoga Philosophy|
|Trolling: The logic and evolution of a new speech act||An analysis using five imputed participants, true speaker (the troll), acting speaker, true audience, straight audience, and shocked/reactive (trolled) audience, elaborating the intentions and moral views of each, and the social consequences. If you don't know who the turkey is, it's you.|