Greek Transcoder v.1.0.2
See, I want this kind of enthusiasm for newly discovered Sappho. I want to throw a huge party for the release of Sappho's poetry that hasn't been seen in millenia. I want to hold my breath at midnight as the new edition of the TLS with full Greek text finally comes out of boxes decorated like Greek pottery and people scurry into the line to get their very own copy (or two--or three!). I want to hear squeals of academic delight as people unfold the delicate grey pages to reveal freshly printed Greek text previously known only to those long dead and to a handful of scholars who first discovered the text.
And you know what? We can even recycle the fake round glasses as everyone dresses up to be the academic ancient Greek geek.
Ah, but who am I kidding? I've never been a huge fan of hype.
But now back to the title of this post! Apparently, the Greek Transcoder has been updated again. This news is actually a couple days old, methinks, but I've been rather busy.
My random digression seems to have swallowed this bulk of this post, but I don't really feel like changing the title.