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Archive for January, 2012

From Moon Zombies to a House of Ghosts Posted by on Jan 29, 2012

I’m back with Christopher Mihm, talking about his upcoming film, Domo de Fantomoj [House of Ghosts], which will be subbed and dubbed into Esperanto! You might remember him better from his previous film, Attack of the Moon Zombies… Going back to Moon Zombies, how did its release in Esperanto make it different than your previous…

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Lifehacking at JES Posted by on Jan 25, 2012

Judith Meyer told me that whenever she goes to an Esperanto event, she gets more ideas in that week than in the entire year that follows. So many new things to try, to read, to learn, to work on… There isn’t an Esperanto speaker that isn’t involved in an interesting project, or hasn’t found some…

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First overseas Esperanto adventure by Nick Woods Posted by on Jan 16, 2012

At the Urba Semajnfino, I met Nick Woods, who runs the Esperanto club at William & Mary (Williamsburg, VA, USA). Then I encouraged him to visit the Youth Esperanto Week (JES) in Gdansk, Poland and he took me up on the offer! But enough from me, learn more about the adventure from Nick himself! I’ve…

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Esperanto Highlights of 2011 Posted by on Jan 5, 2012

Now it’s January 2012. Below I list my ten most popular posts of last year. I’m really excited about this, because it’s often hard to find time to read every post and we have new readers who don’t have time to dig through the archives for the gems. So, here we go… 1. Start Reading…

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New Years in Esperanto at JES Posted by on Jan 3, 2012

If you haven’t yet seen it, check out my initial coverage of the Junulara Esperanto-Semajno (Esperanto Youth Week) in my post: JES, great Esperanto youth congress. That covered everything except New Years Eve: the most important day of a youth congress. The day started with the usual walk up from breakfast to look at the…

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