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    Not sure, but he's (co)written a couple books since he left here. So he is prolific in the very least.
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    This looks like a page turner.

    Then again, Principles of Typology would probably sound pretty arcane to a person not into the subject. I liked that book.

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    That's my point. I love the guy, but I rarely made it through his posts even though I wanted to.

    And that's back when I tried to read everything on the forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    This looks like a page turner.

    Then again, Principles of Typology would probably sound pretty arcane to a person not into the subject. I liked that book.

    Thanks for the link! I liked Principles too! I bought it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    Thanks for the link! I liked Principles too! I bought it.
    And the forum cycle comes full circle!

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    That's my fault. But I think the world is better off now.
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    Think I'll write some books, if I can think of something.

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    Lol. I'll have to tell him about this. Not sure what he'll make of it.

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