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Books



Ager, Simon. 2007, Omniglot Bibliography (list).


Bayard, Pierre. 2007, How to Talk About Books You Haven’t Read (review and synopsis), Bloomsbury, New York.


Biber, Douglas. 2012, Corpus Linguistics (book, toc), Sage, London.


Bringhurst, Robert. 2006, The Tree of Meaning (review, browse), Counterpoint, Berkeley.


Chomsky, Noam. 2003, Chomsky on Democracy and Education (preview), RoutledgeFalmer, New York.


Crystal, David. 1997, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language (review), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


Fischer, Steven Roger. 2004, A History of Writing, Reaktion Books, London.


Fogarty, Mignon. 2009, Grammar Girl Devotional (excerpt, facebook), Henry Holt and Co., New York.


Heller-Roazen, Daniel. 2008, Echolalias: On the Forgetting of Language (synopsis), The MIT Press, Cambridge.


Linguistlist.org Publications Area (index).


Martin, Benjamin. 1737, A Philological Library of Literary Arts and Sciences (digitized Oct 12, 2005), Idle & Noon, London.


Ogg, Oscar. 1948, The 26 Letters (post), Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York.


Parkes, Malcolm Beckwith. 1993, Pause and effect: Punctuation in the West (review), University of California Press, Berkeley. 


Phipps Alison. 2004, Modern Languages (book), Sage, London.


Pullum, Geoffrey. 2003, Language Log (blog), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.


Slevc, Robert, et ali. 2012, Music and Early Language Acquisition (paper), University of Glasgow, Glasgow.


Turabian, Kate. 2007, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (toc) University of Chicago Press, Chicago.


Unesco. 2008, ‘Languages Matter!’ (unesco.org, .pdf).


White, Elwyn Brooks. 2009, The Elements of Style (wiki, online, audio), Allyn and Bacon, Boston.


Yee, Danny. Linguistics Books Reviews (list).




Links



Dictionaries


English, www.etymonline.com, oxford, wordnik, phrases, thesaurus, morewords, wordreference, onelook.com, englishforums, usingenglish, grammar

Estonian, http://kiisu.eki.ee

Finnish,, http://bit.ly/google/finnish

French, http://machaut.uchicago.edu, virginia.edu/grammar, languageguide.org/francais, babylon.com/fr

German, http://dict.tu-chemnitz.de, www.babylon.com/de

Greek, www.kypros.org/lexicon, www.lib.chicago.edu/attic, www.babylon.com/greek

Hungarian, www.canuckabroad.com/hungarian, impulzus.sch.bme.hu/info, talkingcities.co.uk/hu

Indo-European, http://indo-european.info, pokorny-etymological/index

Italian, www.garzanti.it, hoepli.it, zanichelli.it/zingarelli, tommaseobellini.it, locuta.com, grammatica, sintassi, proverbi, aforismi, sinonimi, verbi, etimologia, babylon.com/it

Latin, www.perseus.tufts.edu/latin, www.hist.msu.ru/abbreviations/cappelli

Japanese, www.purdue.edu/japanproj, www.df.lth.se/j-e, babylon.com/jp, kanji, epochrypha.com

Chinese, www.mandarintools.com, chardict, www.chinalanguage.com, leidenuniv.nl/chinese/project.pdf

Turkish, www.tureng.com, dragomanos.com, seslisozluk.com, turkishclass.com, tdk.gov.tr, babylon.com/tr

Polish, www.poltran.com

Portuguese, www.reverso.net/portuguese

Russian, http://dict.rambler.ru, www.cse.chalmers.se/russian, vimeo.com/russian-alphabet, babylon.com/russian

Spanish, www.spanishdict.com, babylon.com/spanish


Google Multilingual Translator, http://translate.google.com

Thesaurus, http://thesaurus.net

European Word Translator, http://ukdataexplorer.com/european-translator

Babylon Multilingual Translator, http://translation.babylon.com

Bab.la Dictionaries, http://en.bab.la

TFD by Farlex, www.thefreedictionary.com

LanguageGuide, www.languageguide.org

Webster’s Multilingual, www.websters-online-dictionary.org

Slang, www.urbandictionary.com, www.peevish.co.uk/slang

Italian Proverbs, www.italian.about.com/proverbs

LingoZ Online Dictionary Community, www.lingoz.com

Linguist List Dictionaries, http://linguistlist.org

The Shorter Thesaurus, www.ironicsans.com/thsrs

The Visual Dictionary, www.infovisual.info

Oddcast Text-To-Speech, www.oddcast.com/tts

Acronym Finder, www.acronymfinder.com



Languages and Linguistics


SIL Ethnologue: Languages of the World, www.ethnologue.com

Omniglot Tower of Babel, www.omniglot.com/babel

Linguistic Family Tree, http://mentalfloss.com/feast-your-eyes-beautiful-linguistic-family-tree, .jpg

ScriptSource (Writing Systems, Computers and People), http://scriptsource.org

World’s Language Families, www.zompist.com/wlf

Languages Relations, www.zompist.com/lr

Languages Sites (Verbivore) by R. Lederer, www.verbivore.com

Word Lists, http://thesaurus.com, thewordlist.com, numerical, Q-no-U, Vs, atkinson

Europe Linguistic Map, http://muturzikin.com/carteseurope/europe

World’s Most Spoken Languages Infographic Map, http://themindunleashed.org/worlds-most-spoken-languages-infographic

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, http://wikipedia.org/CEFR, it.wikipedia.org/QCER, europass.eu/european-language-levels

“Representing IPA phonetics in ASCII” by E. Kirshenbaum, www.hpl.hp.com/ascii-ipa.pdf

Phonetic Fonts, www.linguistics.ucla.edu/fonts

Google Noto (800 Languages), www.monotype.com/resources/case-studies/more-than-800-languages-in-a-single-typeface-creating-noto-for-google

Mora Phonology Unit, http://wikipedia.org/mora-linguistics

“Guide to Grammar and Style” by J. Lynch, http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/writing

Punctuation Made Simple by G. Olson, http://lilt.ilstu.edu/golson/punctuation

Punctuation Guide by D. Hartwell, http://custom-writing.org/blog/punctuation

Comparison of Languages Lenght, http://typophile.com/node/33400

EServer Accesible Writing, http://eserver.org

Encyclopedia Mythica, www.pantheon.org

Etymology and History of First Names, www.behindthename.com, onomastica.it, significatodeinomi.net, gens.net, isimleri.tr

“Why Machines Alone Cannot Solve the World’s Translation Problem” by N. Kelly, www.huffingtonpost.com/why-machines-alone-cannot-translate

“Pierre Joris On Translation” by M. Qualey, www.sampsoniaway.org/rules-for-translators-pierre-joris-french-english

“Learning Vocabulary” by S. Ager, www.omniglot.com/language/vocabulary

“The Probable Language Brain” by T. May, www.academia.edu/papers/the-probable-language-brain, thormay.net/language-brain

“Language Tangle: Predicting & Facilitating Outcomes in Language Education” by T. May, www.academia.edu/papers/language-tangle

“Words” by T. Judt, www.nybooks.com/blogs/judt/words

“Common Errors in English” by P. Brians, www.wsu.edu/errors

“Esperanto-like Universal Typeface”, http://typophile.com/node/5968

“How Philosophy Pays Off” by E. Steinhart, www.philosophy.tamucc.edu/steinhart/how-philosophy-pays-off

“On Language” by J. Reeves, www.judyreeveswriter.com/on_language

“Why Some Languages Sound So Fast” by S. Jarvis, www.time.com/health/language/speed/jarvis

“Language is a Sense, Like Touch” by M. McLuhan, www.gingkopress.com/senses

“Discourse Analysis: Spoken Language” by P. Mikolić, www.academia.edu/discourse-analysis-spoken-language

“The Bilingual Advantage” by C. Dreifus, www.nytimes.com/science/bilinguism/bialystok

“The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain” by M. Nacamulli, http://ed.ted.com/lessons/multiple-languages-brain, youtu.be/MMmOLN5zBLY

“Lingua Italiana e Altra Linguistica” by M. Pistone, www.mauriziopistone.it/testi

“Dialectics”, www.marxists.org/glossary/terms/di

“Wordlings in a Web 2.0 World” by C. Lee, http://firstmonday.org/lee/wordlings

“Language and the Negative ‘Invented’ Man” by K. Burke, www.cla.purdue.edu/burke/human/negative

“How Words Enter the Language” by M. Quinion, www.worldwidewords.org/articles/how-do-words

“Translation as Cryptography as Translation” by M. Liberman, http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/cryptography

“Languages, Scripts, and Typefaces” by G. Leonidas, http://leonidas.org/tipografica/no.70

“Barthes and the Fountain Pen: An Intimate Obsession” by M.D. Niski, http://archive.org/barthes-and-the-fountain-pen-intimate-obsession

“Phonetikana: English and Japanse Script” by M. Johnson, www.johnsonbanks.co.uk/phonetikana

“The Devil's Dictionary” by A. Bierce, www.devilsdictionary.org

“The Government Does Not Control Your Grammar” by D. Baron, http://illinois.edu/db/view/25/42015

“The Quantum Language” by D.W. Miller, http://dwmlc.com

Oalindromes, http://rinkworks.com/words/palindromes

Glossary of Computer Acronyms, www.geocities.com/ikind-babel

Tautology in Logic and Rhetoric, http://wikipedia.org/tautology

Thinkmap Visual Thesurus, www.visualthesaurus.com

Dictionary of the History of Ideas, http://etext.virginia.edu/analytic

Linguist List Teaching and Learning, http://linguistlist.org/teach

Writing Systems, www.omniglot.com/writing

LexicOrient, www.lexicorient.com

Paleography: Dedicated Linkography, www.as8.it/edu/calligraphy



Editing and Stylebook


(APS) Associated Press Stylebook, www.apstylebook.com, wikipedia.org/APS

(APA) American Psychological Association, http://apastyle.apa.org, osu.edu/apa

(CMS) Chicago Manual of Style, www.chicagomanualofstyle.org, citation/guide; wikipedia.org/cms, osu.edu/cms, osu.edu/cms/author-date

(USG) U.S. Government Printing Office Style Manual, www.gpoaccess.gov/stylemanual

(IEP) Editorial Rules, Regole Redazionali, www.libraweb.net/norme.pdf

(MLA) Modern Language Association, www.mla.org, wikipedia.org/MLA, owl.pordue.edu/resource; osu.edu/mla

Interactive Citation Styles Guide, http://custom-writing.org/citation-styles

The Punctuation Guide, http://thepunctuationguide.com


Writing & Styles

Latin terms (i); dashes (i) (ii) (iii) (n) (m); quotations (i); hyphen (i) (ii) (iii);

titles (i); footnotes (i) (ii); numbers (i); punctuation (i) (ii) (iii);

ligatures (i); irony (i) (ii); exclamation (i), emailing (i).


“Punctuation Handout” by S. Robbins (Editing Workshop), www.nyu.edu/classes/copyediting

“The Semicolon: English Punctuation Theory and Teaching Practice” by P. Bruthlaux, http://oxfordjournals.org

“Marginalia (on Punctuation)” by E.A. Poe, http://books.google.com/marginalia

“Paleography of Punctuation” by S. Reimer, www.ualberta.ca/sreimer/punctuation

“Pause and Effect, Punctuation in the West” by M.B. Parkes, www.amazon.com/ISBN-0520079418

“Punctuation Resources” by J. Rubin, www.nationalpunctuationday.com

“Punctuation Marks That You Never Knew Existed” by J. Shepherd, www.buzzfeed.com/unknown-punctuation-marks

“Punctuation in Novels” by A. Calhoun, https://medium.com/neuroecology/punctuation-in-novels

“Two Spaces After a Period: Why You Should Never, Ever Do It.” by F. Manjoo, www.slate.com/writing/space-invaders

“Why You Should Never, Ever Use Two Spaces Between Sentences” by N. Jackson, www.theatlantic.com/tech/two-spaces

“One Space Between Sentences” by M. Butterick, http://typographyforlawyers.com/one-space-between-sentences

“How Many Spaces After a Period? Ending the Debate” by D. Bricker, http://theworldsgreatestbook.com/spaces-after-a-period 

“There Is Only One Space After a Period” by B. Hill, http://channel9.msdn.com/hill/only-one-space-after-a-period

“Clear, Concise, Compelling” TOC, www.nakedize.com/ccc-contents

“The Literature Review: a Few Tips” by D. Taylor, http://utoronto.ca/writing/literature-review

“How To Write a Thesis” by IEU, http://ieu.edu.tr/thesis.pdf

“How To Write a Book” by S. Berkun, www.scottberkun.com/how-to-write-a-book

“Writing Tips” by Writer’s Block, www.writersblock.ca/tips

“Proofreading Tips” by M. Fogarty, http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/editing-and-revising

“Tips for Editing and Revising” by ————, http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/proofreading

“Which Versus That” by ————, http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/which-versus-that

“Writing for Dyslexic Readers” by ————, http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/writing-for-the-visually-impaired

“Do Research and Write Essays” by W. Rapaport, www.cse.buffalo.edu/rapaport/writing

“No More Spilled Ink” by C. Malamed, http://theelearningcoach.com/writing-for-instructional-design

Avoiding Plagiarism, duke.edu/research/plagiarism, tamucc.edu/plagiarism, duke.edu/plagiarism.pdf, plagiarism.org

10 Typographical Rules by FTF, www.owlsoup.com/10-rules

Ten Typographic Mistakes Everyone Makes, www.recedinghairline.co.uk/10-type-mistakes

Copyediting List, www.copyediting-l.info

“How To Write 1000 Words” by S. Berkun, www.scottberkun.com/how-to-write-1000-words, video

“What Copyeditors Do” by S. Berkun, www.scottberkun.com/what-copyediting-looks-and-feels-like

“Writing SI Units and Symbols” by C. Poynton, www.poynton.com/notes/units

“Typesetting of Technical Documents” by ————, www.poynton.com/notes/typesetting

Tips On Using Email Effectively, http://publish.ucc.ie/doc/mailtips

“Email (let's drop the hyphen)” by D. Knuth, www-cs-faculty.stanford.edu/~knuth/email

“Internet :-) :-( Smilings or Emoticons” by A. Harmon, www.nytimes.com/smilings, designjunction.com/smilings

Donger List, http://dongerlist.com

“Has Modern Life Killed the Semicolon ?” by P. Collins, www.slate.com/collins

Accenti, www.redattorisidiventa.wordpress.com/accenti

“France Says English Disease Should Be Brought to a Full Stop”, www.timesonline.co.uk/english-disease

Apostrophe RIP, www.nytimes.com/apostrophe, www.typophile.com/apostrophe

Apostrophe (’) Use, www.oxforddictionaries.com/words/apostrophe

Punctuator RSS Feeds and Punctuation Marks by K. Çanlıoğlu, http://kutlux.co.uk/punctuator

“Punctuation Education“ by L. Truss, www.eatsshootsandleaves.com, guide.pdf

“The Secret Life of Punctuation” by K. Houston, www.shadycharacters.co.uk

“Interview With a Semicolon” by T. Gething, http://tomgething.com/interview-with-semicolon, facebook.com/grammargirl/posts/gething

“Review of Writing Pedagogies” by C. Friend, www.academia.edu/review-of-writing-pedagogies

“Bill Walsh, Copy Editor and Witty Authority On Language” by A. Bernstein, http://washingtonpost.com/obituary/bill-walsh

CamelCase or InterCaps, www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Camel-case

The ‘Unnecessary’ Quotation Marks Blog, http://quotation-marks.blogspot.com

The Economist Style Guide, www.economist.com/research/styleguide

The Periodic Table of Storytelling, http://designthroughstorytelling.net/periodic

EU Commission for European Standards: Literary, http://eurozine.com/articles/2005-prose-fiction

Underlines in Forms, http://typophile.com/node/21137

Guide to Quotes and Quotations by Samuel Johnson, www.samueljohnson.com/topics

MLA Formatting Quotations, http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/quotes

Non English Usage of Quotation Marks, http://wikipedia.org/usage-of-quotation-marks

“Typography & Font Managments” by M. Witherell, www.indesignusergroup.com/07.25.06.pdf

Online English Handbook 1.2 (Mac OS Classic), www.archive.org

Typing Speed Test, http://speedtest.aoeu.nl

Ergonis Typinator, www.ergonis.com/typinator

Graphemica, http://graphemica.com



Spell Check


Grammarly, www.grammarly.com

SpellChecker, www.spellchecker.net

SpellWeb, http://www.spellweb.com

“Why Spell Check is Essential” by R. Walles, www.artipot.com/why-spell-check-is-essential

“Why Spell Checks Matter” by R. Walles, www.artipot.com/why-spell-checks-matter

“Facts About Spell Checker” by R. Walles, www.artipot.com/facts-about-spell-checker

“Proper Spelling Is Important To the Career” by R. Walles, www.artipot.com/proper-spelling-is-important-to-the-career

“Spell Check Articles, www.artipot.com/article-tags/spell-check

“Typo Hunt” by J. Deck, http://greattypohunt.com, jeffdeck.com



Word Counting


Words Count, http://wordcounter.net

SMOG Readability Calculator, www.wordscount.info/smog, www.harrymclaughlin.com/smog

Syllabe Counter, www.wordscount.info/syllable

Letter Frequency Meter, www.typotheque.com/type_utilities/lettermeter

Wordle, www.wordle.net, alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/wordle



Resources


“Writing Studio (Resources for Writers)” by Duke University, http://duke.edu/studio/resources

TLE – Teaching and Learning Excellence – UW Madison, https://tle.wisc.edu

Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab, http://owl.english.purdue.edu

NLP Neuro-linguistic Programming, http://wikipedia.org/nlp, www.nlpu.com

TIP Language Domain, http://tip.psychology.org/language

Linguist List Text and Computer Tools, http://linguistlist.org/tools

WordReference.com Language Forums, http://forum.wordreference.com

Evertype by M. Everson, www.evertype.com

“Gentium – a typeface for the nations” by V. Gaultney, http://scripts.sil.org/gentium

“Languages at a Glance” by E. Sorkin, www.as8.it/linguistics/languages_at_a_glance

“Which Country; Which Language?”, by J. Greenwood, www.globalbydesign.com

MyFonts International Typography, www.myfonts.com/International

Font Language Coverage, http://typophile.com/node/34854

Language Support Examples, http://typofonderie.com/font-support/language-support

Hyphenation Online Tool (multilanguage), http://ushuaia.pl/hyphen

Hyphenation Online Tool (English only), http://hyphenation24.com

“Lyric Hyphenator” by J. Brennan, http://juiciobrennan.com/hyphenator

Study Skills Glossary, http://cdu.edu.au/studyskills/glossary

Indispensable Writing Resources, www.quintcareers.com/writing

“Semiotics and Writing Systems” by A. Proskurina, http://academia.edu/proskurina-semiotics-and-writing-systems.pdf

Multilingual Hemingway for Wordpress by M. Bryński, www.brynski.net/hemingway

Language & Learning Skills Writing Resources, www.unimelb.edu.au/writing

Henry Miller On Writing, www.brainpickings.org/henry-miller-on-writing

“Charlotte Mason’s Coposition and Grammar” by S.W. Bauer, www.welltrainedmind.com/charlotte-mason

Latin Transliteration Norms, http://unesco.org/culture/ltn

Unesco Linguistic Resources, http://unesco.org/culture/linguisitc_resources

International Federation of Translators (IFT), www.fit-ift.org

The Language of Šekspīrs (on EU Diacritics), www.economist.com/node/8103055

Bulwer-Lytton Contest Winners, www.bulwer-lytton.com

Nobel Prize Winners Elastic List, http://well-formed-data.net/nobel_elastic_lists

English Grammar Myths, www.typophile.com/node/42956, www.ngm.typepad.com/rogers

Esercizi di Italiano Zanichelli, www.zanichellibenvenuti.it/noi/esercizi

“Lists: Theory and Practice”, by E. Tufte, www.edwardtufte.com/lists

“How to Write a Book Proposal” by E. Lupton, www.elupton.com/book-proposal

“Writing 101” by E. Lupton, http://elupton.com/critic/writing-101

“How to Be a Poet” by W. Berry, https://soundcloud.com/onbeing/how-to-be-a-poet-by-wendell

“Happy Writers are Better Writers” by H.G. Egmont, http://theampersandproject.com/happy-writers-are-better-writers

“How To Make a Music Bibliography”, www.music.utoronto.ca/assets/library/bibliography.pdf

“How-To Guides, Glossaries, Timelines, etc.” by R. Johnson, www.mantex.co.uk/how-to-guides

“Dictionary Design Bibliography” thread, http://typophile.com/node/53246

“Linguistically Relevant Links” by F. Karlsson, www.ling.helsinki.fi/karlsson

“Microtipografia: Il Progetto dei Nuovi Dizionari Collins” at P. Biľak, www.typotheque.com/microtipografia

“Glossary of Internet and Web Jargon” by UC Berkeley, www.lib.berkeley.edu/internet/glossary 

“On Facebook Timeline: Teaching Data to Speak Humanely” by D. Breunig, http://drewb.org/post/on-facebook-timeline

“Internet Phasing Out Printed Oxford Dictionary” by S. Hui, www.sfgate.com/language/dictionary/oxford

“How Our Language Differs Depending On Who and What We Are” by UPenn, http://io9.com/what-you-write-on-facebook

“Endpoint Adds ‘Wayfinding’ to the Oxford English Dictionary” by A. Richings, http://weareendpoint.com/wayfinding-to-oxford

Glossario di Organizzazione della Conoscenza, www.iskoi.org/glossario

“What Is the Most Beautiful Number and Why” quora, www.quora.com/numbers/the-most-beautiful

“Ten Recipes for Persuasive (Website) Content” by C. Jones, www.uxmatters.com/persuasive-content

“How Crafty Word Order Can Instantly Improve Your Writing” by P. Yaffe, www.acm.org/ubiquity/yaffe

“Developing Effective Writing Assignments” by L.M. Hermsen, http://blade.rit.edu/faculty/writing

“Ways to Make Vocabulary Notebooks Work” by R. Ledbury, www.developingteachers.com/training/ledbury

“Reading Bear” by L. Sanger, http://larrysanger.org/reading-bear

“Did Shakespeare Write his Plays” by N. St.Clair and A. Williams, http://ed.ted.com/lessons/did-shakespeare-write-his-plays 

Developing Teachers Tips, www.developingteachers.com/articles

CTS Centre for Textual Scholarship, www.cts.dmu.ac.uk

Poetry Glossary, www.poets.org/glossary

Lyrics Directory, www.lyricsdir.com

Rap Star Name Generator, http://rapstarname.com

RhymeZone Finder, www.rhymezone.com

Conversion Equivalences, www.themeter.net, www.metric-conversion-tables.com

Chemistry Periodic Table, www.webelements.com

The RSPB UK Bird Guide, www.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/birdguide

“The Cook’s Thesaurus” by L. Alden, www.foodsubs.com

Advertising Glossary by M.J. Motto, www.motto.com/glossary

Encyclopedia of Western Signs and Ideograms, www.symbols.com

Significato dei Simboli e Simbolismo, http://fralenuvol.com/simboli

The International Plant Names Index, www.ipni.org

Flower Meanings, picture-atlas, www.otaw.com/flower-symbols, antiquesndynasties.com, theflowerexpert.com/flowers

Dizionario dei Fiori, www.italiafiori.it, www.chatincanto.com/fiori

Dream Dictionary, http://nickm.com/dreams, dreammoods.com

“Papua New Guinea Land of 800 Languages (Map)” by A. Hatfelder, http://gadling.com/papua-new-guinea-land-of-800-languages

Christian Symbols by R. Koch, http://catholic-resources.org/koch

Islam Glossary, www.islamanswering.com/glossary

Sanskrit Yoga Glossary by G. Feuerstein, www.traditionalyogastudies.com

“What Is Reading? An Excerpt from Reading for Understanding” by C. Cziko et ali, www.nwp.org/resources

“The Solid Form of Language” review by J.D. Berry, www.creativepro.com/article/dot-font-solid-language

“Writing, Literacy & Orality in Ancient China” bibliography by W. Behr, www.leidenuniv.nl/biblio.pdf

“Cursive Writing May Be Fading Skill, But So What?” by T. Breen, www.sfgate.com/breen/writing/cursive

“Handwriting vs. Typing” by A. Chemin, www.theguardian.com/science/cognitive-benefits-handwriting-typing

“A Curious Case Of Foreign Accent Syndrome” by J. Greenhalgh, www.npr.org/blogs/health/foreign-accent-syndrome

“The World's Worst Typos” by The Guardian, www.guardian.co.uk/books/gallery/worst-typos-pictures

“Fahrenheit 451” by R. Bradbury, http://wikipedia.org/fahrenheit451, enotes.com/fahrenheit451/fabers

“What is a Story Beat?” by R. Carr, http://rayannecarr.com/story-beat

“Lines of Thought” by J. Garvey, http://talkingphilosophy.com/lines-of-thought

EEA Multilingual Environmental Glossary, http://glossary.eea.europa.eu

Italy Surnames Map Database, http://gens.labo.net/cognomi/genera

GeoGeek Glossary, http://geography.berkeley.edu/geogeek

Wordorigins Resources, www.wordorigins.org/resources

Dizionario Fralenuvol dei Proverbi Italiani, http://fralenuvol.com/proverbi

Omniglot Radio Sations, www.omniglot.com/links/radio

Omniglot Newspapers & Magazines List, www.omniglot.com/links/news

Omniglot Foreign Phrases, www.omniglot.com/language/phrases

First Thousand Words in English (and audio), www.usborne.com/quicklinks

Languagegeek, www.languagegeek.com

Action Verbs, www.quintcareers.com/action_verbs

Anagram Generators, www.wordsmith.org/anagram, www.anagramgenius.com/server

“Anagram Studies” Thesis by D. Bailey, http://typophile.com/node/32971, davebailey.us

Technopaegnia (Figure Poems), www.camrax.com/symbol/figure-poem

A Word A Day, http://wordsmith.org/awad

Jabberwacky Chatterbot, wikipedia.org/jabberwacky, philosophersnet.com/floridi, bbc.co.uk/loebner; news

“Grawlix: Cursing, A Word For That @#$%&?!!” by J. Hoefler, www.typography.com/ask/grawlix

“Automatic Flatterer” by G. Oakley, www.cse.unsw.edu.au/oakley/humour/flattery

“Bob Hayes NFL Hall of Fame Forgery” by T. Phinney, www.thomasphinney.com/bob-hayes

“The Power of the Word” by P. Kemp, www.philosophersnet.com/magazine/kemp

I Could Care Less, A Loated Phrase Turns 50” by J. Freeman, www.boston.com/ideas/i-could-care-less

“Thank You” in many languages and other greetings by J. Runner, www.elite.net/runner/jennifers

“Developing Effective Writing Assignments” by L.M. Hermsen, http://blade.rit.edu/faculty/writing

“The Visual Nuclei Hypothesis” threads, typophile.com/node/4829, snopes.com/apocrypha, languagehat.com, bisso.com

“Ð/ð and Þ/þ; The Icelandic Language” by A. Kandal, www.antonkandal.com/writing/the-past, webcitation.org/kandal

The Longest Word in English, wikipedia.org/longest-word-in-english, npr.org/blogs/longest-word-in-english

Foodparing, www.foodpairing.be

ArtLex Art Dictionary, www.artlex.com

Credopedia Search Engine on Religion, www.creedopedia.com

NNDB People Activities, www.nndb.com

Dictionarist Online Talking, www.dictionarist.com

“Greek To Me”: Mapping Mutual Incomprehension, http://strangemaps.com/incomprehension

“Why and How to Give a 5min. Ignite Talk” by S. Berkun, www.youtube.com/berkun/ignite-talk

“Hemingway’s Favourites” by S. Usher, www.listsofnote.com/hemingways-favourites, @ListsOfNote

Cardinal Mezzofanti Polyglot, http://how-to-learn-any-language.com/mezzofanti

Absolute Astronomy Encyclopedia, www.absoluteastronomy.com

Swiss National Bank Glossary (SNB), www.snb.ch/en/system/glossary

International Encyclopaedia of Laws (IEL), www.ielaws.com

Progetto Manuzio Biblioteca Liber Liber, www.liberliber.it/biblioteca

Poets.org, www.poets.org

Encyclopedia of Life, www.eol.org ; tolweb.org, historyshots.com

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“IBM IMPACT Helping Europe Scan Historical Documents” by L. Whitney, http://cnet.com/impact, impact-project.eu

“Wikipedia and the Future of the Past” by R. Rosenzweig, http://chnm.gmu.edu/resources/essays

“How and Why Wikipedia Works” by D. Riehle, www.riehle.org/research/wikisym

Reliability of Wikipedia, http://wikipedia.org/reliability-of-wikipedia

Lexicon Wikipédia Summary, www.lexisum.com

World Statesmen, www.worldstatesmen.org

WebCite, www.webcitation.org





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