beyond the Kuiper Belt, over the sea
August 5th, 2009 by Kit
This is kind of hilariously misguided, I think.
Also: moving east in two weeks. Looking forward to seeing folks.
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East? How far east? In the short term, I suppose we’ll be switching places, as I’m headed home for a respite, but in the long term, huzzah!
Speaking of “all the words in the world,” here’s a conversation c/o my mother.
Doctor on her shift: Wow, you speak Armenian?
Interesting note: there is evidence that “huzzah” is the native English form of “hurray”, and “hurray” was borrowed from Danish.
Misguided like wordnet? Surely not as bad as wordnet? I really don’t see why this is bad, I love giant datasets of words.
No, not as misguided as Wordnet, but misguided particularly in that it is not “all the words in English”, but “all the words in the world.” I … think that they’re underestimating that task. Massively.
Are you moving-moving? And where to?
Moving-moving to the Philly area; towards that beacon of Swatties known as “West-Philly” particularly. Details to be sorted out later. Offer not valid in all states.
Oh goodness I hope I can visit soon. Are you still with Rosetta there?
I am here with Rosetta for another week. Come soon!
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