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The Millennium Bug of the Brain: Or a Small Treatise on the Importance of Nothing

As the computers did not grind to a halt a couple of nights ago, many brains did, overlooking freely, amidst the general hugging and welcoming each other into a new millennium, the fact that the new thousand years hasn’t started yet. And it will not for another 365 days.

Lukeš D. The Millennium Bug of the Brain: Or a Small Treatise on the Importance of Nothing. London; 2000.

Anaphoric islands, the free world and folk theories of language

BBC NEWS | World | Americas | The 'misunderestimated' president? "I want to thank my friend, Senator Bill Frist, for joining us today. He married a Texas girl, I want you to know. Karyn is with us. A West Texas girl, just like me."

New Year with a new theme and a version of Drupal

I finally upgraded the site to Drupal 6 (many modules are still rough around the edges but enough for a small site like mine) and a new theme. I've also integrated lots more content here. Hopefully, it will make things better all around but at the very least it gave me a fun holiday project to work on.

Conceptualizing the ‘Shape' of the Lesson: The Logistics of Learning

Lukeš D. Conceptualizing the ‘Shape' of the Lesson: The Logistics of Learning. In: Stefani L, editor. Professional Teacher Development in the New Millennium: Proceedings of the 1st ELTA International Conference. Tirana, Albania: ELTA; 2005. p. 33-5.

Towards a classification of metaphor use

Lukeš D. Towards a classification of metaphor use. In: Proceedings of the Third Interdiciplinary Workshop on Corpus-Based Approaches to Figurative Language. Birmingham: University of Birmingham; 2005. p. 27-34.
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