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Blogs and resources On ADS-L, Fred Shapiro posted: With the demise of the much-lamented “On Language” columns in the New York Times and Chicago Tribune [I think that modifier got displaced: “the much-lamented demise of the…”], what are remaining language columns in major newspapers or other media such as magazines, radio shows, or major blogs? Some that I know of include Boston Globe (Jan Freeman [and Erin McKean]), Visual Thesaurus (Ben Zimmer), and “A Way With Words” radio show ([Martha Barnette and] Grant Barrett). Larry Horn added Geoff Nunberg’s “Fresh Air” spots (public radio) and noted that there are many many blogs, especially Language Log. I noted the list of blogs (in addition to Language Log) that Geoff Nunberg provides on his website: Keywords, The Web of Language, Double-Tongued Dictionary, Michael Erard, LanguageHat, Fritinancy, Mr.
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