This is a Karen-English dictionary based on data collected from UNC's Fall 2012 Field Methods class. This is a work in progress! (Unfortunately I've run out of webspace, so this link is broken at the moment -- please contact me if you would like me to send you our dictionary and grammar or get involved.)
This interactive site created by Daniel Hall allows the user to maniuplate the human vocal tract. The user defines voicing, nasality, the position of the lips, and the manner and place of articulation and is shown the vocal tract during articulation.
Tips for typing IPA symbols.
Easy way to put syntax or word trees into your word processor. Drag and drop nodes into your tree, label nodes, and then copy and paste the image into your word processor. Created by Donald Derrick. NOTE: You will need Java installed to run Treeform.
Current job listings for linguists. Mostly consists of academic jobs (ie. job as a professor).
Language-related blog, with posts by various reputable linguists.
Lolcats for ling nerds.
Fun linguistics terms.
From lolPhonology. Finally, a quiz that matters! :)
Predictive power of 83%!.... according to our extremely large sample size of 6.
Test your knowledge of linguistics terms.