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Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007 - 8:06 p.m.
I listed my goofy linguist earrings. One pair, anyway. Now I don't know how to get the word out about them to the female phonologist crowd. I emailed one friend about it, but I feel weird about it, like she'll think I'm telling her just because I hope she'll buy it. I'm not really hoping that. I'm hoping that she'll go ga-ga over their dorky goodness and tell every phonologist she knows (and she knows a lot, because unlike me she actually goes to conferences), and then I will have hordes of phonologists coming to my site begging me to make earrings for them, too. And after them will come the semanticists, because I still have a modal item on the list of things to make, and then the analytic philosophers and so on and then soon I am providing the academic world at large with some of the most outrageous educational/in-joke jewelry ever.
Why would word spread from phonologists to semanticists? You're right, that is improbable. Maybe via morphologists and the syntacticians, and THEN it would get to the semanticists.
I did not order the envelopes, but I did order more silkscreens. I would like to make IPA notecards, with an IPA symbol instead of an initial or monogram.
I was going to say something else. What? Hrm. Never mind.previous next
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