LINGUIST List 11.1404

Sat Jun 24 2000

FYI: Mailing List/Belarusian Ling, Ling in Ecommerce

Editor for this issue: Lydia Grebenyova <lydialinguistlist.org>


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  1. Mikola Ramanouski, New Mailing List - Belarusian Linguistics
  2. Kent Clizbe, Wall St Journal Article on Linguists in Ecommerce

Message 1: New Mailing List - Belarusian Linguistics

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 19:37:59 -0500 (CDT)
From: Mikola Ramanouski <miramhistory.minsk.by>
Subject: New Mailing List - Belarusian Linguistics

Hello,

A new mailing list has been created.

Name: movaznaustva
Topic: Belarusan language in its linguistic aspect.
Language: Belarusan; English, Ukrainian, Polish and Russian are also
allowed.
Technical requirements: please use Latin alphabet if you want that
everybody understand you :)

To subscribe, please send an empty message to 
movaznaustva-subscribeegroups.com

Welcome :)

Best regards,
Mikola mailto:miramhistory.minsk.by
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Message 2: Wall St Journal Article on Linguists in Ecommerce

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 15:25:53 -0400
From: Kent Clizbe <kentgatesource.com>
Subject: Wall St Journal Article on Linguists in Ecommerce

Hi,
	
Wanted to be sure that everyone had a chance to read the recent article in 
the Wall St Journal (Tuesday, May 28, page B1) on the growing demand for 
linguistics in the New Economy.
	
As a headhunter with an MA/Linguistics who specializes in Computational 
Linguistics, Information Science, Ontology, KR, and related fields, I was 
able to provide the journalist with the bulk of the background for this 
article.
	
Since the WSJ is not available for free on-line, my firm has arranged for 
Linguist List readers to access the article through the following link for 
free, for a limited time (until July 9):
	
http://www.djreprints.com/jitarticles/trx0001450901287.html
	
I currently have positions available in the following specialities, among 
others: NLP, Information Retrieval, Knowledge Representation, Ontology, AI, 
Taxonomy. These positions are located in some of the following geographic 
areas, as well as other areas: Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Texas, 
Boston, Rhode Island.
	
The more computational experience and skills candidates have, the better 
(scripting languages, programming languages). The more commercial experience 
candidates have, the better (outside of academia).
	
For more information, or to discuss potential applications of your Linguistic
experience, please contact me at any time.
	
Kent
	
--
Kent Clizbe
GateSource Partners
kentgatesource.com
703-222-6627
www.gatesource.com
	
	
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