The Leporellion Codebook

The word is derived from "Leporello", a booklet of fonts and glyphs that the Mayans used for logging. The glyphs are commonly referred to as Runicons. Runicons are provided as implementable Runicodes. Jens T. Hinrichs was inspired by the motif "When the critic is silent, the world must speak in glyphs". Zum Wordschatz / Sprachvarianten der Welle 2.0

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Runicons references and Runicode demos

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Leporellion | MusicTypewriter 1a for Piano

Thu, 27 Jun 2019 21:07 @scifiltr № 15.2

Leporellion | MusicTypewriter 1b for Piano

Thu, 27 Jun 2019 21:13 @scifiltr № 15.2

Leporellion | VisualBraille in 9-dots of view

Thu, 27 Jun 2019 21:18 @scifiltr № 15.2

Leporellion | NewMorse in dit-dah-doh

Thu, 27 Jun 2019 21:24 @scifiltr № 15.2