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I've officially been blogging on All Things Linguistic for ten years now!

Here are some of my favourite posts and other activities from the past year:
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My newsletter for February 2022: Teaching with Because Internet survey and Lingthusiasm liveshow in April t.co/TFhYMf4QOa

I’m tired of fictional linguists who know all the things about all the languages, give me more who are like "looks like Proto-Alpha-Centaurian, you definitely need to talk to my old friend from grad school" t.co/0ndEw6sux5

Linguistics Jobs: Interview with a Customer Success Manager - superlinguo: This month’s interview is with Nicole Yamamoto, who works remotely from Mexico City as a Customer Success Manager. In this interview, Nicole shares how her studies in... t.co/bKAuhGGGtM

the japanese “-ne?” particle and the british slang term “innit” serve the same function t.co/512WgPanaZ

zwoelffarben: lemonsharks: elalmadelmar: brunhiddensmusings: championoftheravenqueen: headspace-hotel: mrcloudyfun: absolxguardian: hownottolearnalanguage: I’m kind of glad to hear that everyone does this. Because it means it isn’t colonizer... t.co/P72M7UJvIm

“Gretchen: I was looking up other languages’ word for “cheese,” and I saw the Dutch “kaas” (/kɑːs/), which, I don’t speak any Dutch, but there’s one Dutch word that I know which is “pindakaas,” and “pindakaas” literally translates as...” t.co/ucCQmZaaVJ

Behind the scenes on how linguists come up with research topics

It's a new bonus episode of @lingthusiasm! t.co/m4HvEfjnXa

Original Cool Ranch Cheese and Dried Cranberry Oatmeal, The Brain Squirrels oatmeal box, and more cursed cereal ideas from neural nets and @JanelleCShane t.co/qd5vo91jIn

the linguist experience of
a) learning the international phonetic alphabet so you can pronounce all the languages
b) deliberately doing not-quite-accurate pronunciation even though you now Know Better so that people don’t overestimate your fluency t.co/WiNnOvXxG9

2022 LingComm Grants - We’re excited to be bringing back the LingComm Grants for another year!

Now with 4 x $500 LingComm Project Grants PLUS 10 x $100 LingComm Startup Grants! t.co/M9SMdxMbhE

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