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LINGUIST List 22.1331

Mon Mar 21 2011

SJ Hannahs: Is Our New Featured Adviser

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Message 1: Read S.J. Hannahs' Letter on Being an Adviser
Date: 21-Mar-2011
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Read S.J. Hannahs' Letter on Being an Adviser
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Dear Subscribers, 

S. J. Hannahs is our latest adviser featured
this Fund Drive. Dr. S. J. Hannahs has been
an adviser to LINGUIST List for over 10 years.

We appreciate his support and contributions
to LINGUIST List and the help he has given us
over the years.

Now, read some words from S. J. Hannahs on his
work as a LINGUIST List adviser:

"I was an early subscriber to the Linguist List
when it was still hosted from a server in Western
Australia. In the pre-Google, pre-Wikipedia world
it seemed miraculous that linguists across the
globe could be brought together virtually to
discuss linguistics, to announce upcoming
conferences and newly published books. Our access
to source materials has changed since then, with
downloadable pdf files from archives and publishers'
websites, as well as individual papers available
from linguists' personal webpages. But throughout
the past couple of decades the LinguistList has
been in on the changes in computing technology,
playing a central role in facilitating our access
within linguistics not only to materials and
resources but to each other."

Read the rest of S. J. Hannahs' letter at:
http://linguistlist.org/fund-drive/2011/letters/SJHannahs.cfm

Once you are done reading S. J. Hannahs' letter,
view our latest comic strip that we are featuring
on our site, which was submitted by a subscriber.

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