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BJZ Linkage

NB: Sites maintained by BJZ Members and Honorary Associates appear in bold. What is the BJZ?


Constructed languages - Richard Kennaway's list
Mark Rosenfelder's Metaverse - huge site, much of it fascinating to langheads; includes the Language Construction Kit
A Web of Online Dictionaries - good list, now called
Thomas Leigh's site - conlang enthusiast, celtic sage, musician and all-round hoopy frood
Conlang list archive at Brown
Lowlands-L - home page of the Lowlands-L discussion list (discussion in and of Dutch, Frisian, English, Low Saxon etc)
Indo-European Language Resources
Fryske Akademy
European minority languages - a good list of links
Samtext translation agency (my employers)
Grant and Cutler - the London foreign-language booksellers' mail-order site. The shop itself is like a toy store for language enthusiasts. Want a Tongan dictionary?
Dr Berlin's Foreign Font Archive - information about alphabets and syllabaries


Circus Lights - a Deacon Blue site, with an emphasis on live performances
Tinseltown - the unofficial Blue Nile site
Boo Hewerdine
Rebecka Törnqvist group at Yahoo
Love And Money Home Page--Jocelyn Square - the Scottish band, ignored by most, remembered fondly here
Jan Johnston
Ultimate Band List
GEMM - find it here, probably


Rex the Runt - Adventures on the Net
Jargon File Resources - the Hacker's Dictionary
ThinkGeek - Stuff for Smart Masses - buy your "code poet" t-shirt here - The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy - the Guide, online, for real
Primate Programming Inc: The Evolution of Java and .NET Training
Strawberry Pop-Tart Blow-Torches - prepare to lose a toaster

Montage (other stuff)

* - the site of my friend and partner-in-code David Hobbs: programmer, imaginist and top bloke
Third Hand Information - site of the illustrious Reidar Djupvik, featuring a Home Button add-in for Mozilla and various other stuff
David Pounds - accessible web design, from a Jameld-Tolerant Person.
Alfa Romeo UK site
Alfa Romeo home site (Italy) - in English too
The Clan Campbell (CCSNA)
Orknet - the gateway to Orkney
M*cr*s*ft TrueType site with free web fonts and links to many many font suppliers
The International Synaesthesia Association - do you hear in colour?
Sizzling HTML Jalfrezi - HTML by Example - great resource - does exactly what it says on the tin
Zeugma 2000 Archaeology Project - the real Zeugma; a wonder and a tragedy

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