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Muzaiko: 24 hour Esperanto radio Posted by on Dec 23, 2011

Today, I’ll be talking with the all-volunteer team from Muzaiko, the new 24-hour Internet radio station completely in Esperanto! How did you see a need for a 24-hour radio station in Esperanto? A 24-hour radio station in Esperanto is one way to make the language a daily part of speakers’ lives. It can keep active…

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Esperanto sex trafficking? Posted by on Oct 6, 2011

Today I’m talking with Yan Vizinberg who recently decided to add Esperanto subtitles to his film. Before we get to that though, I’d like to learn more about the movie. What is the main topic of the movie? “Cargo” tells the story of a young Russian woman who is smuggled into America by human traffickers…

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The billionaire native Esperanto speaker? Posted by on May 17, 2011

As many of you are already aware, George Soros is the wealthiest native Esperanto speaker with a net worth of $14.5 billion. I have Humphrey Tonkin with me today, who among many other accomplishments, is also the translator of a book by George Soros’s father called Masquerade: The Incredible True Story of How George Soros’…

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Vinilkosmo: understand their music downloads (part 1 of 4) Posted by on Mar 28, 2011

Ĉi tiu intervjuo aperos en sia originala Esperanto en la revuo Kontakto (majo 2011), do abonu tuj, por certiĝi, ke vi ricevos ĝin ĝustatempe. Since July 2009, the Esperanto music label, Vinilkosmo has offered a service to buy and download music, but sales have not been as good as originally hoped. A lot of effort…

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2nd gen native Esperanto speaker: Rolf Fantom Posted by on Feb 3, 2011

Today I have a second generation native Esperanto speaker with me, Rolf Fantom. According to Ethnologue as published in 2008, there are 200-2000 native Esperanto speakers in the world. Now he answers all our burning questions. You identify yourself as a second generation native Esperanto speaker. Does that mean one of your parents is also a native Esperanto speaker?…

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Czech Wikipedia translated from Esperanto? Posted by on Jan 27, 2011

You may now know the history of the Esperanto Wikipedia, but did you know that the Czech Wikipedia was started through Esperanto? Back in November 2002, the Esperanto Wikipedia was already a year old and maturing, but the Czech Wikipedia didn’t even have its interface translated yet! Well, today I have a guest article which…

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Interview with director of Conlang: The Movie Posted by on Nov 19, 2010

The director of Conlang, Marta Masferrer, speaks about her latest film and the role Esperanto plays there! What’s the film about? CONLANG tells the story of Carl Tedesco, a 26 year-old unemployed conlang enthusiast who holds constructed language club meetings in the basement of his grandmother’s house. Even though Carl has no trouble creating a new language…

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