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Archive for December, 2009

Bonan Novjartagon! Posted by on Dec 31, 2009

In my part of the world, we have three hours left of the decade! Had I any semblance of forethought, I would have tried to find parties in multiple different time zones, so I could ring in the new year more than once.  As matters stand, there will only be one new year for me…

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Teaching and Research Posted by on Dec 30, 2009

The comprehensive website Edukado provides a huge repository of Esperanto teaching materials. I stress the “teaching” aspect, rather than “learning,” because the site is designed with a practiced Esperanto speaker in mind. If you know the language well enough, and would like to have some documents and lessons to help you teach others, Edukado is…

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Dethroned At Last Posted by on Dec 29, 2009

Have you been looking for Transparent’s Esperanto Blog via a search engine? For a good, long while, this blog used to be the first result if one searched “Esperanto Blog” in Google. However, it seems that the more than capable Ted Alper has eclipsed this particular publication! Congratulations, Mr. Alper. I’m not certain whether or…

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New Decade, New Resolutions! Posted by on Dec 28, 2009

It’s hard to believe that 2009 is winding to a close. La miljaro (millennium, literally “thousand-year”) has seen its first decade, and now we find ourselves in the thick of the 21st Century. We’re at a pretty momentous point in world history, I think, and it calls for some New Year’s Resolutions that are thorough…

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Classic Winter Toy Posted by on Dec 21, 2009

Do you have snow where you live yet? For me, winter began about two weeks ago with the first snowfall, and the snow continues to pile up all across my region of the States. Some people dislike the snow, since ili bezonos sxoveli, but I love all the fun activities that come with it. (And…

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