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Post un excellente explication de que es un _lamer_ Robin scribeva:
 
>    The IAL, if it ever does get into place, will find that it ceases to be
>full of neat watertight compartments, that are clearly defined
>concept/words, and it will find the tides of humanity pulling it in many
>directions, so that it will instantly start to 'drift'.
 
Claro, io pensa que isto poterea esser un multo interessante situation,
quando personas con varie base cultural va tirar cata in su direction. E
qual metaforos!
 
>    How will your preferred auxlang cope with the introduction of new
>metaphors?  Natural language, unlike its 'Planned' relative is not set in
>concrete: and, as conditions change, allows its users to add new words and
>new usages; at least, that's how English works.  I have been persued by a
>person I have dubbed a "tulpa", but could just as easily have referred to
>as a "lamer".  I have recently ^shaken him off^, and am now ^walking with a
>regular gait^, again.
 
Le humano es multo apte in crear communication quando illo es necessari pro
ille.
 
>    The cyber-revolution has brought with it many new pleasures and
>problems, and we are only now adjusting our language to accommodate these
>new experiences.  In a similar way, our beloved auxlangs will need to allow
>the incorporation of both new words and new metaphorical usages of old
>words: will they cope?
>    Blip you later.
>
>Best wishes across the ether,
> Robin
Identicamente!
 
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