Do head-to-heads on Spanish words and you’ll find that the page count at Google Print averages around 30% more than the word count over at CORDE. The content and search functionality are different, but it’s another nail in the coffin of the Real Academia Española.
- Spanish & other languages in Google Print
Via today’s NYT. http://print.google.com accesses exactly the same content as http://print.google.es and delivers the occasional gem (the amount of material published
- Top searches at the Consejo General del Poder Judicial
Chart-toppers: Mossos who torture.
- Chinese government attacks on Marxists.org
Apart from principle, there are practical reasons to object strongly to attempts by the Chinese government (via BB) to damage and
- Royal Academy of History website
The Royal Spanish Academy looks increasingly amateurish compared to stuff like the Brigham Young integrated corpus, but at least they made
- DRAE search made easy
RAE 2.0 is a cool little gadget if you’re sick of the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española’s clunky interface: append