Daily Departures

Departing daily from the ordinary objects of my thoughts.

Sunday, February 19, 2006

It's complete

What is complete you ask?

The completed task is the age old one of trying to systematically decipher baby gibberish. Surprisingly enough, the translation schema is very simple and it will allow us non-gibberish speakers to speak back. The only problem is that many gibberish-speakers do not have the ability to discern sounds as finely grained as is needed in audible language processing. But, for those non-babies who still speak gibberish, there is now both a way to understand them as well as a way of communicating with them--a way that doesn't involve multiple hand gestures.

So, now that you are ready to learn, go LEARN!


  • At 2/22/2006 01:50:00 PM, Anonymous Azzlefanna said…

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  • At 2/23/2006 11:09:00 AM, Blogger our three girls said…

    i'm not sure the last time i saw anything so ha-larious. having three children of my own maybe i can now utilize this and figure out what in the hang they've been saying to me for the past four and a half years.


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