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blog readability test Apparently, according to some online test, the required reading level of this blog is 'junior high'. (If that term means nothing to you, which is likely for non-Americans, wikipedia explains that this is broadly equivalent to collège in France and, reading between the lines, it sounds like the first few years of secondary school in Scotland. I further deduce that it doesn't peek behind livejournal cuts like this one - yup that one is college (undergrad).

blog readability test Just for fun and to see what it made of technical material, I gave it the SVG Tiny 1.2 spec which it said was college (postgraduate) level. I assume that means doctoral studies at university.

epona.net readability test And even more fun, Epona distribution requires, apparently, a genius. I mean, genius? Really? Of course in an automated test the big, clear maps count for nothing; perhaps it was startled by the provision of references?


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Obviously you're suffering from multiple personality disorder and some of them are waaaaaaay over-educated.
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Pretty funny how the level of the things change. I love the reading level for Epona.net! =)
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My blog might even have been elementary school level when I did this for mine.
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That's the Dunce Cap ascii face. Needless to say, I didn't post my dumbass results.
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Come now, yours is Junior High too I just checked.

Actually I was looking for some easy reading, children stories on the web just to see what they are rated at. Janet and John. See spot run.
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Ok just to test, Pirates Treasure by Carol Moore, a childrens book.

blog readability test
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Oh, ok! That's at least... pretty good. At least mine is the same level as yours and skilly's by this crazy test thing.

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Ah, so YOU are one of the two behind Epona.net... Cheers to you! and many thanks for the very helpful distribution map. Not even M. Euskirchen lists one...
Mind if I use it in my essay for Comparative Religious Sciences?
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my blog is elementary school. damnit.
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Hi! Yes, you may use the distribution maps, provided you cite the source and (if its online) link back. Euskirchen doesn't have one (and watch out for errors in cited locations). Magnen and Thevenot had one of the core distribution area, which as often misled people who though that all Eponas were in that area.
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Thanks a lot, and, of course, I will cite properly.
Meanwhile, as it's subject to my work, how do you estimate the proposed connection between Epona and Rhiannon? To me there is a severe lack of proof to this.
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I suggest you start with epona.net again. There are several connections that seem justified. As you point out there are also a lot of unjustified assumptions. Even worse are the anachronistic blunders (some made by respectable authorities who should know better). I'm at work right now but will dig up the awful quote I am thinking of, later on.
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