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Economic Growth Threatens Languages

‘Already today, several of the world’s nearly 7,000 languages face a serious risk of extinction. “For example, Ainu, a language in Japan, is now seriously threatened, with only 10 native speakers left,” said lead study author Tatsuya Amano at the … Continue reading

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This Copyright Dispute Helped Give America Rock ‘n’ Roll

And isn’t it ironic that presently, copyright lawsuits are still being used against famous musicians? ‘…The boycott lasted for almost a year. In late 1941, ASCAP signed an agreement with radio stations at terms less generous than it had before … Continue reading

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Netscape 1995: A Communication Revolution

The second most important communication revolution in history [Video]1995 was the year Netscape went public and allowed people easy Internet connections and Web browsing second-most-important-communication-revolution-history The New Wave of Message Boards Maybe Google+ Communities triggered this new wave instead of … Continue reading

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Death of Dialects and Accents or Twangs

‘Thus, when a country boy migrates to the city, he’s already something of a dialect chameleon.’ America has no dialects but Lars Hinrichs, English professor and head honcho of the Texas English Project at the University of Texas, says that … Continue reading

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