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Linguistics Fiction

I cannot resist giving away my fiction, especially when it is relevant to something I’m trying to say.  For my new languages and linguistics website, Natural, Artificial and Non-Arbitrary Languages, which deals with ordinary languages, constructed languages, mathematics, music and … Continue reading

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Social Tech High, Online Novel, Finally Finished

It feels like the end of an era.  It has been a busy, fascinating, exhausting six weeks, but it is over, finished.  I have just posted Chapter Thirty-Five, the final chapter of the novel Social Tech High, which has has … Continue reading

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Only Two Chapters Left?

I think I posted the last two chapters of my online novel at http://SocialTechNovel.SocialTechnology.ca/ over the past two days, as might be expected, since I am writing and posting a chapter a day.  I haven’t posted today’s chapter, Chapter Twenty-Seven … Continue reading

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Predicting an Ending to the Novel

I have not written a word about software development for two days, yesterday and today.  Instead I have been doing work on the novel.  I posted Chapter Twenty-One today, at the usual location, http://SocialTechNovel.SocialTechnology.ca/  — it does work, I think.  But more … Continue reading

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Social Hardware and Software

My software development blog at http://SoftwareDevelopment.SocialTechnology.ca/  mentions my ongoing struggle to deal with the concepts and future of social hardware before launching into a discussion of more work to be done on social survey data, with what might be a … Continue reading

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Codebook Problem and Textbook Use

These are two entirely different topics.  One is the problem with studies, like the WLS, which have apparently not digitized their codebooks, which contain information about what the coded variables stand for. Textbooks are a different thing entirely.  Today’s chapter … Continue reading

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