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Yesterday Google, in conjunction with a committee of language experts called the Alliance for Linguistic Development, launced the Google Endangered Language Project website. The site’s home page describes itself as “an online resource to record, access, and share samples of, … Continue reading
As of March 25th, internet users can now use Cherokee as their default language when reading, writing, and accessing information using the search engine Google. This new interface option comes with the introduction of an optional online keyboard for writing … Continue reading