John Lawler is a retired University of Michigan general linguist who is perhaps best known to the wider public for his role in creating the Chomskybot. He is also the editor of Using Computers in Linguistics: A Practical Guide, a member of the Ask-A-Linguist panel of experts, and the creator of the Monosyllable Database.
John Lawler currently lives in Bellingham, Washington.
- John Lawler's Personal Website
- The Chomskybot
- The Eclectic Company
- Metaphors We Compute By
- Style Stands Still
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