I was intrigued by this guy on 'The World' on NPR this afternoon:
"Keith Brooks is a man who loves languages but he is still looking for that perfect one to really commit to. So he's trying out a new tongue every week and he is blogging about his experience. His blog is called 37 languages."
I finished 'Sea of Poppies' yesterday night, luhuved that one. I actually thought that one was better than The White Tiger. Everything about Sea is intricate, it's language, it's story, its characters. I am contemplating buying a copy, for I know I am going to miss Serang Ali's lines.
Minor correction to the last post: turns out ESPN 360 streams most of the live action in sports. Go Rafa, no?