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Building CLI Tools - josler.io
Pretty much the only time it really matters is if you need concurrency, in that case don’t pick something where that sucks.
concurrency  languages  tools  software  programming 
5 days ago by aviflax
Linguistic map of Europe
Lovely detailed map, excellent colors and key
maps  languages  europe 
7 days ago by nelson
Tea if by sea, cha if by land: Why the world only has two words for tea
2 words :Number of words that most of earth has for “tea,” the other being “chai.”With a few minor exceptions, there are really only two ways to say “tea” in the world. One is like the English term—té in Spanish and tee in Afrikaans are two examples. The other is some variation of cha, like chay in Hindi.Both versions come from China. How they spread around the world offers a clear picture of how globalization worked before “globalization” was a term anybody used. The words that sound like “cha” spread across land, along the Silk Road. The “tea”-like phrasings spread over water, by Dutch traders bringing the novel leaves back to Europe. The Chinese character for tea, 茶, is pronounced differently by different varieties of Chinese, though it is written the same in them all. In today’s Mandarin, it is chá. But in the Min Nan variety of Chinese, spoken in the coastal province of Fujian, the character is pronounced te...two different eras of globalization in action: the millenia-old overland spread of goods and ideas westward from ancient China, and the 400-year-old influence of Asian culture on the seafaring Europeans of the age of exploration. Also, you just learned a new word in nearly every language on the planet.
Eteamology  languages  beverages 
8 days ago by thomas.kochi
Intervista con Annalisa Andreoni, autrice del libro "Ama l'italiano. Segreti e meraviglie della lingua più bella"
La professoressa Annalisa Andreoni, toscana, scrittrice e studiosa della modernità letteraria, scrive di letteratura e cultura sull’ “Huffington Post” e tiene il blog culturale Generazione Goldrake. Oltre a ciò condirige la “Nuova Rivista di Letteratura Italiana” ed è autrice di molte opere universitarie e di libri. La sua più recente pubblicazione è Ama l’italiano. Segreti e meraviglie della lingua più bella , edito da Piemme. Con questo libro, da italianista appassionata, Annalisa Andreoni si rivolge a tutti i lettori mandando il messaggio che il nostro idioma è uno strumento di enorme potenzialità, dimostrandoci come l’italiano abbia lasciato il segno nel mondo della musica, delle arti e della scienza. Questo dovrebbe riempire tutti gli italiani di ammirazione e di orgoglio per la lingua più bella del mondo.
Annalisa  Andreoni  Italian  Language  Languages 
8 days ago by dbourn

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