Every single zoom meeting with friends - Karolina Żebrowska
Since end 2020 @Facebook@twitter.com banned linking in FB posts to https://delta.chat stating "violation of community standards". Multiple people filed complaints but nothing happened, no responses, no explanations, nothing. Please help (RT/like or comment how to proceed). Thanks!
This is kind of a subtoot becasue I can't find the original toot I wanted to reply to, but:
Social media isn't bad for you. The info I got from _some_ yt channels, _some_ people on reddit, hn, tildes, and now here on masto, ofc along with a lot of other experiences, reading, and thinking, has had a significant impact on my life. Learned a lot of study topics that way, yes, but also, I got to witness so many realities different from mine. It opened me up to the whole world and taught me 1/
"Copenhagen is Great ... but it's not Amsterdam"
"Because once you Copenhagenise, it's time to Netherlandsise!"
@juliobiason well played.
Then again... literally the name of the next year is "2020 won", so perhaps it's time to cut our losses.
@cadadr Since you talked about data in linguistics recently, you might find this useful (PDF link is inside!) https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/4984/approaches-to-language-data-theory-and-explanation
Marc van Oostendorp (@fonolog@twitter) tweeted it into my feed.
I happen to be needing to read into such stuff (the empiry in grammar theorizing) right now, and I've just read the chapter by Ott (which might be a little too syntax-focused, and thus less relevant to you) -- there's a ton of other chapters which might (also) be relevant to you.
Why do we call "interpreted [code]" "interpretiert" in German, when we could say "gedolmetscht" (or "simultanübersetzt" if you prefer). That's how "translating in real-time between some natural languages" is usually called ("interpret", in English). "Interpretiert" is how "subjectively understand" is called (also "interpret" in English, I think), which to me is misleading.
Language reverse engineer. Yes, that's a thing.
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