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Update 3/30/08: Salvete omnes! If you have ever wanted to know how other neo-Latin sites on the web (various nuntii Latini, vatican pages, blogs, others) use Latin to write about the modern world (politics? technology? celebrity gossip?), visit [http://scrutarius.com scrutarius.com] to search these other sites ''and'' vicipaedia in one click of the mouse. The site is still in its beta stages; observations gladly accepted! Brought to you by Montivagus (and Google).
Salvete omnes. I'm a classics grad student in the US and I've been a user of Vikipaedia for about a week (as of 3/30/07). As you may already realize, I'm completely addicted.
 
Salvete omnes! Si umquam scire voluistis quomodo alii situs neo-Latini (nonnulli nuntii Latini, paginae Vaticanae, blogs, alia) utantur lingua Latina ut mundum hodiernum (res politicas? technologiam? rumores de hominibus famosis?) describant, visitate [http://scrutarius.com scrutarius.com] ut scrutemini hos situs ''atque'' Vicipaediam [[Mus (computatralis)|mure]] semel tuso. Hic situs noniam perficitur, ergo vestras opiniones feliciter audiam! [[Specialis:Conlationes/65.101.226.228|65.101.226.228]] 04:44, 31 Martii 2008 (UTC)
 
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Salvete omnes. I'm a classics grad student in the US and I've been a user of VikipaediaVicipaedia for about a week (as of 3/30/07). As you may already realize, I'm completely addicted.
 
Virtually all of my experience in Latin composition before Vicipaedia comes from some brief spurts of self study. In the last week of composing articles I have learned more about Latin than I thought I could learn in a year. For a small example, 'propterquod', a common standby in my articles for 'on account of which, therefore', is not listed in the OLD (though a Google search turns up a few pages). Eheu. The anecdote from Philostratus ''VS'' 579 (if my notes are right) springs to mind, where one Philagrus, who has just uttered an ἔκφυλον ῥῆμα, responds to a query about the propriety of that word by saying it can be found "in Philagrus."
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