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  • By Mark Liberman, Geoffrey Pullum, et al.
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per day
  • First post on

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Nov 2022 33
Dec 2022 44
Jan 2023 38
Feb 2023 48
Mar 2023 32
Apr 2023 44
May 2023 32
Jun 2023 69
Jul 2023 58
Aug 2023 58
Sep 2023 42
Oct 2023 37
Nov 2023 52
Dec 2023 59
Jan 2024 43
Feb 2024 48
Mar 2024 51
Apr 2024 23

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Feeling wet
Yesterday in one of my classes, a female student from China said that she didn't like to exercise in the morning because she felt "wet". At first, I couldn't believe my ears, so I asked …
On , by Victor Mair, 346 words
Polysyllabic sinoglyphs
From Markus Samuel Haselbeck, responding to Egas Moniz-Bandeira on Twitter/X: As the discussion of polysyllabic sonography goes on, I want to add a character that I recently discovered in a Chinese restaurant, here in Leuven. …
On , by Victor Mair, 126 words
Chinese (il)logic from inside
[Prefatory note: The Chinese author of this guest post, TCI (encrypted acronym to protect her identity) holds a humanities M.A. from a top tier American research university which she attended from 2016 to 2018. She …
On , by Victor Mair, 1,588 words