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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Expressive Vowels

Umlauts look like little smiley faces ü ö


12 comments:

  1. If you find yourself in Zürich and want a tour of Google (sorry, no umlauts), holler. I love your comics and I'd be happy to show you around.

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    1. Wow! Cool! I didn't even know they had Google in Zurich. I mean, I don't see why they wouldn't...but I never thought about it. Nice, thanks! Be careful what you offer, you just got yourself a tour guest.

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    2. Hey, actually...! What about giving a talk (do you do that kind of thing)?? The Google Zurich office is stuffed full of expats, I'm sure they would love to hear about your comic.

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    3. not just expats, but expats that travel a lot. a talk would be awesome, if you want to do that sort of thing.

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    4. What a great idea! Yeah, absolutely. Hit me up at mmrempen@gmail.com, tell me more about what you're thinking.

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    5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7W4KP51o_A :)

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  2. My home city, when written in katakana, begins with a smiley face. It's always a happy "welcome home!" when I reach Narita airport and find my connection on the departures board!

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    1. Nice! That would suck if your home town began with a frowny face.

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  3. I've had always liked these letters when occasionaly encountered a german word. Now I'm learning German, and I like to have them in use :)

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