New paper accepted and a new blog post

A new paper by Nathaniel Sims, Robert Forkel and myself has been accepted for publication. The study, titled "Towards a sustainable handling of interlinear-glossed text in language documentation" presents a computer-assisted approach to study interlinear-glossed text within the computational frameworks set up along with the Cross-Linguistic Data Formats initiative. Our authors' version can be found here.

Additionally, I wrote a new German blogpost, this time dealing with the evolution of personal names. This post, titled "Evolution unchained: Die Entwicklung von Personennamen und die Grenzen der Sequenzen", can be found here.