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Дп Updдтэ foг Iгish Sрэlliпg?

Please forgive my frivolous title.

For some time now I have semi-jocularly been saying that the Cyrillic alphabet (particularly its Russian incarnation), what with its innate capability of marking palatalization, would be better suited to write Irish and Scottish Gaelic than the Latin alphabet. 809 more words


Introducing clam"r: Hebrew unbound

If you ever wondered why the Russian letter sha (ш) is so similar to the Hebrew letter shin (ש) (which, to be frank, you probably haven’t, unless you’re a Russian-speaking Israeli), the reason is, of course, that the Cyrillic alphabet is derived from the Greek one, which in turn was derived from the Phoenician alphabet, which was also the original Hebrew alphabet, in which the… 1,549 more words


REVIEW - RED SQUARE – “OLD SCHOOL” – Mechanical TKL Keyboard

Price: Russian Federation in January 2017 from M.Video Saint-Petersburg was 3,790₽  (~$85AUD)


The RED SQUARE Old School gaming mechanical keyboard uses a skeletal ten-keyless design with a sandblasted metal base-plate which makes the keyboard feel more premium than it is. 725 more words


Loo-st in translation

Yekaterinburg railway station.


Waiting for a train. That will be more than three hours late. Something malevolent is trying to explode its way out of my guts. 505 more words


30 days of Russian - Day 1: Evaluation

Привет! This is the first day of my 30-day Russian challenge. I wanted to start by evaluating how much I know in order to decide where to begin. 649 more words


Why not learn Russian?

No, this is not some political post filled with rhetoric jargon throughout pages and pages of persuasion and reasoning, convincing you, the people, that it is in your underlying second best interests to learn the Russian language.  1,469 more words

Abitare Sans 1.06 out now!

After the successful selling of Abitare Sans I decided to add and improve some glyphs

➊ Improvements

Almost all the design of the main Latin letters was changed to… 74 more words