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Dior Blog
Saturday, 17 January 2004
Newsletter Update
The Newsletter will come out once a week AS WELL as being posted on the web. (I will give no one your e-mail adress, or disclose your name to any other person or corporation, so sign up and have it e-mailed to you!)

Posted by artlangs at 5:25 PM EST
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Newsletter
Tomorrow, go to www.diarenye.net/dior/newsletter to sign up for the newsletter! Fuller and more complete than the Blog (as well as replacing it), the newsletter makes the info available to you. . .in you e-mail!

Posted by artlangs at 5:23 PM EST
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Monday, 5 January 2004
Vardska Update
The first two lines of the Babel Text in Vardska have been translated! A sample of the language is now available, although it may change: Hwa manwen ykhait austadum. When men went to the east.

Posted by artlangs at 8:35 AM EST
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Saturday, 3 January 2004
Dior blog began
Today is an exiting day! Not only is it the first week of the New Year, but the Dior Blog has been published!

Various new stuff in Dior. . .two new languages are being worked on, Vardska and Numen. A rough draft map was finished a week ago, so once that is done it will be uploaded. A document on the various languages of Dior, their relationships and peculiarities, is being polished up, and the website is being worked on.

A few minor problems with Diarenye have been located and are being worked on, and a new version of primers 1 and 2 are being revised and made available for downloading, as well as primer 3.

Enjoy!

Posted by artlangs at 9:26 AM EST
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Vardska
Work on Vardska is continuing at a great rate. Based on Proto-Germanic roots, it is an interesting language, since the grammar is not germanic.

Unfortunately, since the work is so close to its start, I can't say that any definite sentences have been worked out, reviving a language from another world is hard work!


Posted by artlangs at 9:08 AM EST
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