En réponse à "Tommaso R. Donnarumma" <[log in to unmask]>: > > My name's Tommaso R. Donnarumma. I've been a Conlang member for > a few years, until December 1997, when I sadly had to unsubscribe > because of lack of time and several real-life problems. I'm now > back to the list... Yahoo! :-) > Welcome back Tommaso! You'll find out quickly that you're not the only Italian conlanger on the list. Isn't it Luca? :)) > > I've been conlanging for at least 16 years now, and have made a > number of distinct languages, most of them -- alas! -- still at a > very sketchy stage of development: > Just like me then, I must have tons of sketches of conlangs. Right now what I'm doing is reviving old sketches into full-grown languages. Takes a lot of time! :) > > I used to have a website, but I turned it down when Geocities went > into Yahoo!-Geocities. I plan to have a new website up with > current information as soon as possible. > I had your URL (at least until a wrong manoeuver made me erase all my files. I think I still have it on a ZIP disc somewhere though) but as far as I remember the website was never very developped. And I think I noticed its turning down :) > For a quick bio, I'll turn 30 in a month and a week. I live in > Rome, where I work as a lawyer. Use read a lot, write (very little > in these days), sing in a choir (actually, three!). I've got a > passion for games, but time for playing is long gone away... Like > Japanese mangas, too, especially Rumiko Takahashi's (ever heard > of _Urusei Yatsura,_ anyone?). > It rings a bell, definitely, but I can't tell what it is exactly. Personally I also have a passion for Japanese mangas, specially (please don't wince) Sailor Moon from Naoko Takeuchi. Christophe.