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Indexing the Internet’s Ilocano-related content

indexcardAny attempt at cross-indexing constantly changing Internet content on or in Ilocano and related matters on the themes expressly spoused here (Iloco, Iloco culture and literature) and pooling the results in one website, ilocano-online.com [ILOCANO ONLINE–our home website], is an ambitious undertaking.  But with your help, that’s exactly what we would like to try, for your–and our–convenience.

Oh sure, you could go search the Internet on your own using whatever appropriate search parameters or keywords to nail down your search.  However, what ILOCANO ONLINE offers is to narrow down your search and filter out some of the EXTRANEOUS STUFF (e.g., websites with  Ilocano titles with no content whatsoever that’s related to our chosen themes) that oftentimes strays into your search results.

Searching the Internet for Ilocano-related content is a large project and it will be an ongoing project.  We shall appreciate any suggestions on how we should go about this effort.  Or, you could just as easily leave a message/info/comment here to point to the Internet content or material–yours and/or others–that you wish to be included in ILOCANO ONLINE’s cross-indexing.  To facilitate this, we have a dedicated link, FOR CROSS-INDEXING [which is actually the COMMENT section below this particular blog entry; when you get there, hit the End key to scroll down to the empty COMMENT box], under the heading, AAA: CONTENT’S URL, at the top of the middle sidebar where you can leave the address/URL information of the Internet content you wish to be indexed.  To avoid copyright issues, we cross-index content and/or their owners using their URLs.

We shall appreciate your calling our attention when cross-indexed Internet content ceases to exist either because it is moved, renamed, deleted, or whatever so we could perform the appropriate update.

The effort could be fun as we discover interesting Internet content on or in Ilocano.  Who knows, some of them may turn out to be of interest to you as well.

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February 26, 2009 - Posted by | Cross-indexed Ilocano content, Ilocano folklore, Ilocano literature, Ilocano poetry, Iloco Literature, Iloco poetry, Iloco short story, sarita, short story | , , , , ,

8 Comments »

  1. We’d just like to post a few examples of how you’d provide URL info on something you’d wish to be included in ILOCANO ONLINE’s cross-index of Ilocano-related Internet content. For Florentino B. Lorenzana’s blog, just leave the following info:

    Tignay ken Tagainep – http://hanseman.wordpress.com/

    For Roy Aragon’s:

    dadapilan.com – http://dadapilan.com/ruangan/

    For GUMIL La Union’s LABAW anthology:

    LABAW/GUMIL La Union – http://iluko.com/Websites/GUMILLaUnion/default.asp

    We’ll take our cue from there. In fact, there’s a lot more we could extract from their contents.

    Thanks for your cooperation.

    Comment by joepadre | February 26, 2009

  2. Additional stuff to index:

    On Reconstructing the Morphosyntax of Proto-Northern Luzon
    by Lawrence A Reid – http://www.sil.org/asia/philippines/ical/papers/Reid-Nominal_Specifiers.pdf

    The Morphosyntax and Pragmatics of Antipassives in Ilokano by Elizabeth A. Calinawagan – http://www.sil.org/asia/philippines/ical/abstracts/Calinawagan_Ilokano%20antipassive.pdf

    Lexical Relations in Ilokano by Josie P. Clausen – http://www.sil.org/asia/philippines/ical/abstracts/Clausen_Ilokano_Lexical_Relns.pdf

    GALIT: THE FILIPINO EMOTION WORD FOR ‘ANGER’ by Angela E. Lorenzana – http://www.sil.org/asia/philippines/ical/papers/lorenzana-GALIT%20THE%20FILIPINO%20EMOTION.pdf

    DEICTIC PRONOUNS IN PHILIPPINE LANGUAGES by Curtis D. McFarland – http://www.sil.org/asia/philippines/ical/papers/McFarland-Deictic_Pronouns_phil_lang.pdf

    Comment by joepadre | February 27, 2009

  3. I will recommend two sites:

    BASI&DANIW: http://basirepublic.blogspot.com.

    DALIGCON JOURNAL: http://daligconjournal.weebly.com.

    Thank you for including my site here Sir.

    Comment by Ka Loren | March 5, 2009

  4. FBL: Actually, those were the first two sites where I started extracting some of the initial contents of ILOCANO ONLINE. Of course your blog has plenty to be indexed, too. Kind of tricky to locate some of the stuff, but if I miss some, kindly let me know where they are. Thanks.

    Comment by joepadre | March 5, 2009

  5. plz apo tay kuma ilocano a kankanta

    Comment by catherine yaplag | July 3, 2009

  6. Dear Catherine,

    Kinapudnona, madama a bangonen ti Ilocano Online website, ti mother website daytoy a blog. Ket no cayatyo a maramanan ti sangcabassit a naurnong a cancanta sadiay, surotenyo toy Manang Biday (http://www.ilocano-online.com-a.googlepages.com/home58220 ). Sapay coma ta magustuanyo.

    Agayamanac unay iti singasingyo.

    Comment by joepadre | July 16, 2009

  7. I am looking for texts of the Mass and Rosary prayers in Ilocano.

    Where can I look?

    Comment by Fr Christopher Fitzpatrick | October 28, 2009

  8. The Ilocano rosary prayer may be found at http://www.marysrosaries.com/Ilocano_Baybayin_prayers.html

    Comment by joepadre | November 7, 2009


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