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Lauren: “We are very sorry. February 13, 2020 Gretchen McCulloch I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. Our senior producer is Claire Gawne, our editorial producer is Sarah Dopierala, and our music is ‘Ancient City’ by The Triangles. The large print edition of Because Internet is now a thing that exists, in case you need to explain how we talk online these days to a person in your life who likes large print and hasn’t already gone for the resizable-text ebook.. Technically, January’s bonus episode was about predicting the future of English, so you effectively get two bonuses this month! Where do I make lingthusiastic friends?” Here’s how to join. But we do vouch for the hilarity. She will be missed. As usual, I ran a lingwiki Wikipedia editathon and judged the Five Minute Linguist competition. Posted on February 13, 2020 by Gretchen McCulloch. Gretchen: “Thank you, Lauren.” This is a wug musician. Aug 14, 2019 - Explore Chris Ennen's board "xkcd" on Pinterest. In the comic, Gretchen McCulloch applies {{w|Sound change|sound shifting}} laws to it to guess how it would have evolved into English, but pronouncing it seems to actually summon a bear, showing that abandoning that word was a fairly wise move for the Germanic language family. March 8, 2016 March 4, 2016. In this series on internet linguistics, Gretchen McCulloch breaks down the latest innovations in online communication. We talked about how machines understand language (and don’t) and her excellent new book You Look Like A Thing And I Love You. But we do vouch for the hilarity. The Indoeuropean root for bear is *rkto-, which has been inferred from languages that use words derived from it. June 2020: translation & public health, LingComm Grantees, and IPA masks, Top posts of 8 years of All Things Linguistic. Where do I make lingthusiastic friends?” Here’s how to join. Gretchen: “Oh, my gosh! Maybe I should just switch to "oK." User account RainaVef7384687 was created. And the mouseover text confirms this. My Wired article about code being based on English got translated into Japanese for Wired Japan. See the announcement thread or check out our new LingComm.org website for details. Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! Get my monthly linguistics newsletter, featuring my latest Wired article, Lingthusiasm episode, book news, and a roundup of interesting linguistics links from the past month. This is a problem.” Technically, January’s bonus episode was about predicting the future of English, so you effectively get two bonuses this month! Lauren: “Yes. Here’s the English version again if you missed it. It’s nerdy and humane, curious and kind. Gretchen: “Oh, my gosh! The Indoeuropean root for bear is *rkto-, which has been inferred from languages that use words derived from it. See reviews and other media about Because Internet here… Gretchen: “Yeah.” got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic, read Janelle’s blog post about making the robo-generated Lingthusiasm episode, check out our new LingComm.org website for details, Canadian and Montreal minor linguistic divides, I read the upcoming Murderbot novel and tweeted a tantalizing snippet, GretchenCon would be getting a bunch of people together to nerd out about linguistics. Lauren: “We are very sorry. User:JTMErnestina. Gretchen: “Oh, my gosh! Janelle: I love it. I have never been able to sell ‘soup.’” Gretchen: “And, you know, I think it’s a good question.” Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! Gretchen: “I know how to spell ‘soup.’” After changing it back and forth several times and consulting with internet linguist Gretchen McCulloch, I settled on "ok" in my book How To, but I'm still on the fence. Thank you to Gretchen McCulloch for fielding this question, and sorry that as a result the world's foremost internet linguist has been devoured by the brown one. Want to make sure you don't miss any internet linguistics news? Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! Lauren: The thing thinks we’re very into soup. June 2020: translation & public health, LingComm Grantees, and IPA masks, Top posts of 8 years of All Things Linguistic. The Canadian Internet linguist Gretchen McCulloch tweeted about the theory that the word for bear became taboo in some branches of Indo-European languages - notably the Germanic one - and it was replaced by euphemisms. Gretchen: “Thank you, Lauren.” What we’re talking about here is the current XKCD, which has been zipping around various linguistics posts and linguistics blogs and even includes Gretchen McCulloch! I started the year by attending the Linguistic Society of America annual meeting, this year in New Orleans. I just cannot spell ‘soup.’” Lauren: “And soup.” I just can’t spell ‘soup.’” This month’s media list, which is finally calming down again to something resembling normalcy: This month’s photo is the obligatory screenshot of the hovertext in the xkcd comic containing my name. Gretchen: We’re in a soup loop. By Gretchen McCulloch. I'm the author of the New York Times bestselling Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language, a pop linguistics book about internet language which is now available in paperback! See more ideas about Science memes, Dark energy, Symetry. ** A [[EmissaryFromTheDivine God-Blooded]] creature of Vecna, god of secrets, is not only immune to any divination spell that would reveal any information about it, but automatically knows the name, appearance, and location of the spellcaster. explain xkcd - Recent changes [en] User account JTMErnestina was created. My Wired article about code being based on English got translated into Japanese for Wired Japan. Lauren: “And soup.” There are five ___. Read Gretchen McCulloch's bio and get latest news stories and articles. Several exciting Lingthusiasm-related announcements! These three proposals were written with Gretchen McCulloch and Jennifer Daniel. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Archive Like. Gretchen: “And, you know, I think it’s a good question.” I can’t actually read it, but I suppose that’s the point. Connect with users and join the conversation at WIRED. February 13, 2020 Gretchen McCulloch I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. Gretchen: “Sorry, Lauren.” This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. Gretchen McCulloch's Newsletter ** [[https://xkcd.com/2384/ This strip]] briefly references the trope at the end of the AltText. I’m so sorry.” July 2020: Because Internet in paperback! More details. I was in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more excited messages than being in the New York Times. Janelle: I love it. I'm the author of Because Internet, a book about internet language which you … Nah it's referencing Gretchen McCulloch, so it's not a new character, she's just a real linguist. It's good that e… Gretchen McCulloch Gretchen: “I’m sorry, Lauren, but I can’t spell ‘soup.’” February 13, 2020 Gretchen McCulloch I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. I do not know how to spell ‘soup.’” A daily blog about all things linguistic by Gretchen McCulloch. Gretchen: “Yeah.” Gretchen: We’re in a soup loop. I'm an internet linguist: I analyze the language of the internet, for the people of the internet. 752 Comments. Here’s the English version again if you missed it. Want to make sure you don't miss any internet linguistics news? I just can’t spell ‘soup.’” User:RainaVef7384687 ← Older revision: Revision as of 20:42, 11 November 2020: Line 1: I just cannot spell ‘soup.’” As usual, I ran a lingwiki Wikipedia editathon and judged the Five Minute Linguist competition. ... Now we're writing constantly, and as this XKCD … July 2020: Because Internet in paperback! Internet Linguist, author of Because Internet This is a problem.” New grad school advice post: do I need to have done a linguistics major to apply for linguistics grad school? Our main episode on Lingthusiasm was an interview with Janelle Shane, who the Very Online might recognize as that person who gets neural nets to come up with weird names for ice cream flavours, colour terms, and other delightfully strange experiments. As you may have noticed, GPT-2 did okay at figuring out the tone of a Lingthusiasm episode and the back-and-forth turntaking between me and Lauren, but as for the content…let’s just say that we don’t vouch for any of the linguistics in this particular episode. Thank you to Gretchen McCulloch for fielding this question, and sorry that as a result the world's foremost internet linguist has been devoured by the brown one. Toggle navigation. If Randall ever drew me into a comic I would have to get my stick figure as a tattoo. Get my monthly linguistics email newsletter, August 2020: Virtual hallway experiments and bouba/kiki video. I cohost Lingthusiasm, a podcast that's enthusiastic about linguistics. You can listen to this episode via Lingthusiasm.com, Soundcloud, RSS, Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, or wherever you get your podcasts. This means you're free to copy and share these comics (but not to sell them). I started the year by attending the Linguistic Society of America annual meeting, this year in New Orleans. I can’t actually read it, but I suppose that’s the point. XKCD on Toasts – Gretchen McCulloch. Posts about lingcomm written by Gretchen McCulloch. These proposals came directly out of the work I did with Gretchen looking at the way emoji act as digital gestures. She focuses on trends in use of English words in online communications. Lauren: The thing thinks we’re very into soup. In the comic, Gretchen McCulloch applies {{w|Sound change|sound shifting}} laws to it to guess how it would have evolved into English, but pronouncing it seems to actually summon a bear, showing that abandoning that word was a fairly wise move for the Germanic language family. I had to say ‘soup’ in the first 10 minutes or so of this episode because I was like, ‘Oh, my gosh! This month’s media list, which is finally calming down again to something resembling normalcy: This month’s photo is the obligatory screenshot of the hovertext in the xkcd comic containing my name. We talked about how machines understand language (and don’t) and her excellent new book You Look Like A Thing And I Love You. Gretchen: “Oh, my gosh! I have never been able to sell ‘soup.’” Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. This is a wug musician. Our main episode on Lingthusiasm was an interview with Janelle Shane, who the Very Online might recognize as that person who gets neural nets to come up with weird names for ice cream flavours, colour terms, and other delightfully strange experiments. It's good that everyone has their priorities on track. Gretchen McCullough, as always, elucidates the linguistic makeup of a popular phrase. I do not know how to spell ‘soup.’” February 13, 2020 Gretchen McCulloch I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. February 13, 2020 Gretchen McCulloch I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. Make sure to also read Janelle’s blog post about making the robo-generated Lingthusiasm episode. Gretchen McCulloch is Ideas Contributor on WIRED. * StringTheory: StringTheory: ** [[https://xkcd.com/2244/ Parodied. I just cannot spell ‘soup.’” January 2020: a robo-generated episode of Lingthusiasm, Lingthusiasm Discord server, LingComm Grant, and xkcd hovertext, got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic, read Janelle’s blog post about making the robo-generated Lingthusiasm episode, check out our new LingComm.org website for details, Canadian and Montreal minor linguistic divides, I read the upcoming Murderbot novel and tweeted a tantalizing snippet, GretchenCon would be getting a bunch of people together to nerd out about linguistics. This set included three emoji that I co-wrote proposals for: Palm Up Hand, Palm Down Hand and Face With Peeking Eye. Articles by Gretchen McCulloch on Muck Rack. Here’s a short excerpt: Gretchen: “We’re gonna start with the question of, ‘How do we spell “soup”?’ How do we spell soup?” For PR Pros . Large boulder the size of a small boulder, These students speak perfect Spanglish — and now they’re learning to own it, So apparently I’m in an xkcd hovertext now (about ok vs okay), Interpretation/translation, subtitles, and a speech by Korean director Bong Joon-ho, Comparative evolution of Cuneiform, Egyptian, and Chinese characters, A parody post about linguistics jobs: wug farmer, Linguistics jobs: community radio outreach coordinator. Gretchen: “I’m sorry, Lauren, but I can’t spell ‘soup.’” New grad school advice post: do I need to have done a linguistics major to apply for linguistics grad school? I’ve had prints of it hanging in my house for years. In the comic, Gretchen McCulloch applies sound shifting laws to it to guess how … We also made a Discord server (easy to use chatroom) for Lingthusiasm patrons, thus solving the problem of “Your podcast got me into linguistics, but now I don’t have people to fan out about language with! There are five ___. Finally, we announced the LingComm Grant, a $500 (USD) grant that we’re giving out to help another linguistics communication project, thanks to the support of the Lingthusiasm patrons! Gretchen: “I know how to spell ‘soup.’” Lauren: “Can I borrow you some soup?” January 2020: a robo-generated episode of Lingthusiasm, Lingthusiasm Discord server, LingComm Grant, and xkcd hovertext. Here’s a short excerpt: Gretchen: “We’re gonna start with the question of, ‘How do we spell “soup”?’ How do we spell soup?” Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! Gretchen: “Sorry, Lauren.” In the Germanic branch, the euphemism may have been "the brown one," and thus the modern word "bear" (derived from Germanic "beran") would more literally translate … Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! It must be so cool to be an xkcd character though. explain xkcd - Changes related to "Category:Wednesday comics" [en] ‎ Explanation: The Indoeuropean root for bears is *rkto-, which has been inferred from languages that use words derived for it. As you may have noticed, GPT-2 did okay at figuring out the tone of a Lingthusiasm episode and the back-and-forth turntaking between me and Lauren, but as for the content…let’s just say that we don’t vouch for any of the linguistics in this particular episode. Now there are five of them. ‎I’m not usually a fanboy on this podcast, but this episode is the exception. Several exciting Lingthusiasm-related announcements! I’m so sorry.” Fauxhawks for my real friends, and real hawks for my faux friends! See the announcement thread or check out our new LingComm.org website for details. Lauren: “Can I borrow you some soup?” She will be missed. We also challenged Janelle to train a neural net on Lingthusiasm episode transcripts, which Lauren and I performed to great hilarity in a special bonus episode (technically February’s bonus, but released at the same time because we didn’t want to make you wait). I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, you know, it’s good to see that everyone has their priorities on track. And every so often, it’s explosively, crazily creative, in ways that leave me floored. Lauren: “Oh, my gosh! This is actually the 12th time that McCulloch’s name has appeared in this blog, and now it even has an XKCD connection. I had to say ‘soup’ in the first 10 minutes or so of this episode because I was like, ‘Oh, my gosh! I just cannot spell ‘soup.’” View all posts by Gretchen McCulloch. We also made a Discord server (easy to use chatroom) for Lingthusiasm patrons, thus solving the problem of “Your podcast got me into linguistics, but now I don’t have people to fan out about language with! Now there are five of them. Lingthusiasm is created by Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne. A palm up gesture means you’ll be able to offer someone cake, a palm down means you’ll … ... January 2020: a robo-generated episode of Lingthusiasm, Lingthusiasm Discord server, LingComm Grant, and xkcd hovertext. I was in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more excited messages than being in the New York Times. I got namechecked in the hovertext of an xkcd comic this month, which may have resulted in more congratulatory messages from friends than when my book was reviewed in the New York Times, so, … Get my monthly linguistics newsletter, featuring my latest Wired article, Lingthusiasm episode, book news, and a roundup of interesting linguistics links from the past month. Finally, we announced the LingComm Grant, a $500 (USD) grant that we’re giving out to help another linguistics communication project, thanks to the support of the Lingthusiasm patrons! Like the Hugo-a… Find Gretchen McCulloch's email address, contact information, LinkedIn, Twitter, other social media and more. In the title text Gretchen McCulloch, a Canadian Internet linguist, is mentioned. 4.8K Shares. Large boulder the size of a small boulder, These students speak perfect Spanglish — and now they’re learning to own it, So apparently I’m in an xkcd hovertext now (about ok vs okay), Interpretation/translation, subtitles, and a speech by Korean director Bong Joon-ho, Comparative evolution of Cuneiform, Egyptian, and Chinese characters, A parody post about linguistics jobs: wug farmer, Linguistics jobs: community radio outreach coordinator. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Randall claims that he consulted with her on the use of "ok" in his book How To and after changing back and forth between different options he settles for "ok". August 2020: Virtual hallway experiments and bouba/kiki video. McCulloch was featured in the xkcd webcomic on 4 November 2020, commenting on the etymology, going back to Indo-European roots, for words meaning "bear". Make sure to also read Janelle’s blog post about making the robo-generated Lingthusiasm episode. We also challenged Janelle to train a neural net on Lingthusiasm episode transcripts, which Lauren and I performed to great hilarity in a special bonus episode (technically February’s bonus, but released at the same time because we didn’t want to make you wait). I love the web-comic XKCD. Gretchen is the resident linguist at WIRED and author of the New York Times bestseller Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language. 20K. Lauren: “Yes. I just can’t spell “soup.”’” I just can’t spell “soup.”’” Of all Things Linguistic actually read it, but i suppose that ’ s bonus episode was about the! I started the year by attending the Linguistic Society of America annual meeting, this year in Orleans. 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