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Facts of Hieroglyphs

Each and everyone’s language has a system of writing. It has it’s own letters, words to represent itself through the feelings. But, I am going to take you to the tour of an interesting writing system – HIEROGLYPHICS. 915 more words


"For last year's words belong to last year's language / And next year's words await another voice"*...

Of all the literatures in the world, the smallest and most enigmatic belongs without question to the people of Easter Island. It is written in a script—rongorongo—that no one can decipher.

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My writing desk

(Laptop not shown)

  1. Dual highlighter (yellow/pink)
  2. Orange highlighter
  3. Polka dot highlighters
  4. Fine liners
  5. Pencils
  6. Notebook (ideas)
  7. Diary (keep track of word count/blogposts)
  8. Ruler/sharpner
  9. Black pens…
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I.T.A alphabet

Can’t get over the I.T.A alphabet

Augmented Roman alphabet

So pleasant to read, I was lucky to find this in Marshal McLuhan’s The Gutenberg Galaxy


France24: Language of persecuted Rohingya poised to go digital

France24: Language of persecuted Rohingya poised to go digital. “For decades the Rohingya have been denied recognition in Myanmar but the persecuted minority is close to securing a crucial symbol of their identity — their own unique digital alphabet. 31 more words

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Exploring Deeper into Japanese

Having studied Japanese for three years as of the time of writing, I decided to delve deeper into the depths of the Japanese kanji. This little exploration would take up a few posts due to the extensive system behind this script, but anyway, some time in the first century CE, the Japanese people had encountered Chinese characters on the items they traded with China, like seals, coins and letters. 786 more words