2014-09-08 21:33:32 +0000 <tpolecat> yeah utc
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2014-09-08 21:36:54 +0000 <tpolecat> d_m: it's probably very relevant for space-based stuff like GPS
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2014-09-08 21:40:51 +0000 <d_m> yeah gotcha. i was mostly interested because some of my friends were talking about abolishing leap seconds, and i was trying to figure out who that would affect.
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2014-09-08 22:11:55 +0000 <pdxleif> Wow, IRC is such a great learning resource. Just now in ##norsk I learned how to say the noise made by vomiting in Norwegian. :/
2014-09-08 22:13:52 +0000 <larsrh> d_m: "Wir haben es geforkt"
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2014-09-08 22:14:13 +0000 <larsrh> It's sometimes a little bit awkward because of the difference between "-ed" and "-t"
2014-09-08 22:18:49 +0000 <d_m> larsrh: thanks
2014-09-08 22:20:07 +0000 <larsrh> e.g. "rebootet" vs "rebooted"
2014-09-08 22:20:27 +0000 <larsrh> The pronunciation is exactly the same though :-)
2014-09-08 22:20:35 +0000 <larsrh> (pronounced like "t")
2014-09-08 22:21:35 +0000 <tpolecat> due to Auslautverhärtung
2014-09-08 22:22:11 +0000 <tlockney> tpolecat: letting that linguistics training resurface? ;~)
2014-09-08 22:22:12 +0000 <tpolecat> iirc from my bronze-age linguistics
2014-09-08 22:22:20 +0000 <larsrh> tpolecat: exactly
2014-09-08 22:22:21 +0000 <tlockney> heh
2014-09-08 22:24:41 +0000 <pdxleif> Though Jon Sterling was the one who studied bronze-age linguistics?
2014-09-08 22:25:36 +0000 <tpolecat> i remember this term because i had the exam question "Wax rhapsodic about Auslautverhärtung"