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Writing systems

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alphabet | The Greek Alphabet - Greek Mythology Link

Greek Mythology Link - a collection of myths retold by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology.

This is another conscript I designed years ago. It was inspired by Borg and Bynar scripts from StarTrek. As the sample text shows, it is supposed to be written as a connected 2D grid. Any non-lette...

Description This is another conscript I designed years ago. It was inspired by Borg and Bynar scripts from StarTrek. As the sample text shows, it is supposed to be written as a connected 2D grid. Any non-letter/number charactes are resembled by a simple + in order to not interupt the grid. I later realized that, given the right algorithm, this script can very easily be recognized by OCR-systems. That is given to the fixed size and position of each character, and the geometric construction…

"Nsibidi is a writing system of the Ejagham people of Nigeria. It is seen on tombstones, secret society buildings, costumes, ritual fans, headdresses, textiles, and in gestures, body and ground painting...

"Nsibidi is a writing system of the Ejagham people of Nigeria. It is seen on tombstones, secret society buildings, costumes, ritual fans, headdresses, textiles, and in gestures, body and ground painting...

British POW Uses Morse Code to Stitch Hidden Message During WWII - GeekMom

Many of us geek love codes, cyphers and other types of hidden messages, and there are few more famous codes than Morse Code. Developed in the 1800s, Morse Code is simple and easy to learn, it’s also easy to write down once you know the correct sequence of dots and dashes that represent each letter. […]

“Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics - the only writing system that uses letter rotation to indicate vowels. Clever and beautiful!”

“Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics - the only writing system that uses letter rotation to indicate vowels. Clever and beautiful!”