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--- Grant Callaghan <email@example.com> wrote:
> This article by Ray Kurzweil explains the trends I was talking about
> will lead to language becoming an internal exchange rather than an
> exchange based on the manipulation of sound waves.
> It also explains the exponential increase of vocabulary items as well
> as the
> reasons for it, though not directly as it is more concerned with
> than linguistics.
Very interesting! :)
I would probably enjoy it even more if it wasn't for my previous
Ozren the Subgenius :)
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