We are super excited to reveal that our third host for (we hope) the duration of William’s absence will be none other than David J. Peterson! Take a listen as we talk through the challenges of making an agglutinative language that isn’t depressingly boring.
Top of Show Greeting: Kihā́mmic
Email from (another) Michael:
I’ve been having a bear of a time getting going with LaTeX. For some reason, I can’t get my hands on the Windows binaries that the LaTeX project website links to, and I can’t stand Lyx. The LaTeX wikibook recommends using an online editor at ScribTeX.com, but that site isn’t taking new users anymore (besides that, it’s a freemium business model that gets you only 5 projects unless you pony up the dough). When I tried to register, it pointed me at ShareLaTeX.com, which I’m going to try out. From what I can tell so far, it’s easy to write out the code, and you just click a button and it gives you a PDF right away. I’ll keep you guys posted; this might be a great resource for conlangers!