tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Apr 23 00:07:33 2009
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Re: The health of the Klingon language vs the health of the KLI
Fiat Knox (email@example.com)
- From: Fiat Knox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: The health of the Klingon language vs the health of the KLI
- Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 07:06:23 +0000 (GMT)
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> The KLI itself also seems to be dead or dieing. I don't
> remember the last time a new issue of HolQeD or jatmey came
> But I beleave that the language itself is still alive.
> I speak in and about Klingon every day.
> I just don't do it on this list.
> I hope the rest of you are also active, in your own ways,
> in spreading the Klingon language.
I just promoted it yet again for a news article on the Welsh terrestrial channel S4C, where I mentioned the news I'd recently overheard that Simon & Schuster has been seriously putting together a tlhIngan Hol dictionary / translator app for the iPhone. It might just be vapourware, but my mentioning it on the air might have got people thinking.
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