Category collecting sites written in or about the playful code language Pig Latin, also known as Dog Latin. It is a jargon popular among children, systematically formed by the transposition of the initial consonant to the end of the word and the suffixation of an additional syllable, as in "Igpay Atinlay" for "Pig Latin".
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M.K. Holder's list of famous left handers, in Pig Latin.
Anthro-l: Pig Latin
Posting asks about the origins of the jargon and speculates that it goes back at least to mid-18th century England.
Google: Igpay Atinlay
The search engine, directory, and groups interface in Pig Latin.
I Luvsh Peaches
Pig Latin version of a personal page.
Ible-bay - The Bible in Pig Latin
The first complete translation of the Bible into Pig Latin.
A description of Pig Latin.
Yahoo Groups: igpayatinlay
Online group dedicated to Pig Latin.
Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal: Aimster's Pig Latin Decoder is Gonester
A recent strategy for getting around recent rulings against Napster's song-swapping service, called the Pig Decoder, has been removed. (March 16, 2001)
ZDNet News: Napster Cracks Down on Pig Latin
File-sharing firm Aimster has removed a Pig Latin-based program from its website that enabled Napster users to get around court-ordered restrictions on the popular song-swap service. (March 14, 2001)
Slashdot: Uses of Pig Latin to Defeat RIAA
Thread discusses AIMster's offering of a Pig Latin encoder to circumvent RIAA regulations. (March 06, 2001)
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