Not much is written about him, so this Oxford University analysis would have to suffice for now.
This installment of QIS involves the archetypal polymath himself.
Since this is being posted amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, I would hope that this gives any reader hope.
I have gone through my notes about the Gullah language, though most of them have been about trying to create a unique alphabet for the creole language.… Read more “Making The Case For A Consistent Gullah Orthography”
This compilation of ink-strokes will explain the significance of the ink people.
And Tingo was its name-oh
Although Esperanto is bit of a niche language, it is still captivating how its creation by one man managed to be spread to millions of people. Plot… Read more ““The Life of Zamenhof,” by Aleksander Korzhenkov | Quintillion Ink-Strokes”