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jarry

Hi! Nice site and the bibliography shown is also very helpful.

I am beginning with investigation of blog language myself and I wished to ask if there is any good references for datasets or body of open-access texts for the study of blogs. I will really appreciate if you could help!
Thank you.

el don

just saw the announcement of your new book on the sysfunc list, and it came with a link to your blog here.
good stuff, a great resource - i've posted a link to the book and this blog on our own group blog where we are more generally interested in the dynamics of online interaction, the social technology of the internet and so on - but i myself am a linguist whose main direction is in the area of interpersonal language and how identity is 'crafted' or legitimised in online environments, so your links and references look like a gold-mine to me. thanks, and will be visiting again.

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Cool! I never had an idea that being linguistics can be such an important factor in the language world. It really never did occurred to me that being a linguistic person can get you places. But still, any place you would go requires you to adapt to their native language and being such a linguistic one can be a pretty advantage. Nice to know of such important information found from this site. Thanks!

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i've posted a link to the book and this blog on our own group blog where we are more generally interested in the dynamics of online interaction, the social technology of the internet

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