Florida Linguistics is a premier international online resource and community for the scientific study of language and linguistics. It has everything from group blogging to a free audio podcast; lexicon of linguistic terms to linguistics-related book reviews; and a timeline of linguistic theory to lists of rules, gerneralizations, and formal theoretical teachings. All material is original, copyrighted, and created by the international members of the Florida Linguistics Association (FLA). Tyler is the webmaster and founder.
Ten Colors Japan
Ten Colors Japan is a comprehensive online homepage for the promotion and study of Japanology (Japanese Studies) and Japan fans worldwide. All the material is created and presented by founder, Tyler McPeek, and is intended for students and scholars interested in all "things Japanese."
This site is the online home of Tyler's doctoral research at the University of Florida. The research focuses on the novel field of "vocal typology." Vocal typology attempts to identify natural categories within the indexical property of "identity" in the human speech signal. The identification of speech types will have utility for a number of academic, public, and commercial applications. Read more about the dissertation and research project on the website.