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Report on the 1989 Kiel Convention | Journal of the International Phonetic Association | Cambridge Core
From 18 to 21 August 1989 approximately 120 members of the Association (and a few guests) met in Kiel, West Germany, to work on revisions of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). There had been a great deal of preparation for this convention, involving the soliciting of opinion by mail on a wide range of topics, and considerable research on the present status of the IPA. A previous issue of this journal, JIPA 18(2), collected a number of these preparatory opinions. At the convention itself ...
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13 hours ago by dicewitch
The International Phonetic Alphabet and the IPA Chart | International Phonetic Association
The official International Phonetic Alphabet, and its organization in a chart, is maintained by the Association. As noted in our 1999 Handbook (Appendix 4), modifications have always been the result of "members making proposals for changes, which were published in the journal and voted on by the Association's Council" (p. 196). Only changes to the alphabet or chart that have been approved by the Council can be considered part of the official IPA. For further information, please consu...
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yesterday by dicewitch
IPA for Language Learning - basic phonetics (Linguistics lessons for language learners)
(This page has some pretty handy tips on learning IPA—)
“These features I mentioned have to do with the way you pronounce vowels using your tongue, mouth and jaw. First, let’s consider that the position of your tongue relative to the roof of your mouth when you pronounce a vowel. When you say the vowel in ‘saw’, your tongue is further away from the palate (the roof of your mouth) than when you say ‘sing’. This feature is known as vowel height. Vowels can be classed as high (like /i/ or /u/), mid (like /e/ or /o/) or low (like /a/) depending on the height of your tongue in your mouth.

“Height may be thought of as describing your jaw instead. When you pronounce the phoneme /ɑ/ in ‘father’, notice that your mouth is much more open than when you pronounce /u/ in ‘rune’. From this perspective, vowels can be classed as close (again, as /i/ or /u/), mid (again, as /e/ or /o/) or open (again, like /a/). In other words, close and high are synonymous, as are open and low.”

https://twitter.com/GretchenAMcC/status/1118891148649562118
ipa  language  tutorials  via:GretchenAMcC  2019  pronunciation  canonical 
yesterday by handcoding
Gretchen McCulloch on Twitter: "For the sounds of all the symbols, I endorse a clickable IPA chart: https://t.co/f2VXnNImq7 For a LING 101 type overview, this one is solid: https://t.co/BigFlmncEj It's more than a person can remember at once though, so do
(@sillyhead started out by asking—)
“Do you know of any good online resources for learning IPA?”

(And then @gretchenamcc offered this—)
“Yes, tons! What kinds of things are you looking for - more like an overview of the whole IPA as a system, or nitty-gritty about what each of the symbols sound like?”

(And then @sillyhead clarified—)
“both, honestly, though I was thinking of the latter when I asked”

(And then @gretchenamcc chimed in to offer—)
“For the sounds of all the symbols, I endorse a clickable IPA chart: http://www.ipachart.com
“For a LING 101 type overview, this one is solid: http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/ipa-pronunciation-lessons.php

“It’s more than a person can remember at once though, so don’t feel discouraged if it seems like a lot (it is)”
gretchenamcc  twitter  2019  ipa  tutorials  language  pronunciation 
yesterday by handcoding
Twitter
RT : Oh FFS ! Sometimes I think the Greens are an plant to ensure we never get anything done on cli…
IPA  from twitter
2 days ago by kcarruthers
Harley | Jaxson’s 20-month-old phonology
“Today in ridiculously charming linguistics: a linguist’s recordings of her 20 month old with IPA transcriptions 😍”
(https://twitter.com/GretchenAMcC/status/1115817142056886280)
GretchenAMcC  twitter  2019  ipa  linguistics  babies  language 
9 days ago by handcoding
Who Are The 16,318+ Brits Who Can Follow Your Online Footsteps? at WhoIsHostingThis.com
At this point, it’s worth noting that at least one MoD policeman has been investigated and relieved of duties for misuse of data in recent years. He was suspended after searching police logs for personal information about the ex-footballer Paul “Gazza” Gascoigne, proving that misuse can and does happen.
ipa  surveillance  law  browsing 
4 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
ealeksandrov/ProvisionQL: Quick Look plugin for apps and provisioning profile files
Quick Look plugin for apps and provisioning profile files - ealeksandrov/ProvisionQL
ios  mobileprovision  ipa 
5 weeks ago by acrookston

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