Thanks again to everyone who participated.
Here are last weeks results and this weeks assignment.
Round Two Results:
Andrew Mendes is a mailman from sunny South Florida.
Name That Glyph, Umu
lexicon, Name That Glyph, pseudoglyphs, Umu
20 December 2011 at 03:53
A3 – to dance
H4 – to betray
H1 – around
D3 – sword; blade
10 April 2013 at 19:44
C1 hair or vent
A3 to advance
A2 to retreat
C3 to rejoice
F4 Rabbit hole
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Can picture writing be phonetic? Is there a way to fake Chinese, or Mayan, or Egyptian?
These questions, and simple vector graphics manipulations, produced two dramatically different writing systems, collectively known as Pseudoglyphs.
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