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Language and the Internet (Cambridge: CUP, 2001), ix+272 pp. 0 521 80212 1; Spanish translation, 2002, El lenguaje e Internet (Madrid: CUP), 304 pp. 84 8323 256 1; 2nd edition, 2006

A glossary of Netspeak and Textspeak (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2004), 197 pp. 0 7486 2119 9; paperback 0 7486 1982 8

Txting: the gr8 db8 (Oxford: OUP, 2008), ix + 239 pp. 9780199544905; (p/b) (2009) 9780199571338; Chinese translation (Taipei: Good Morning Press, 2010) 250 pp. 9789866613180

Internet linguistics (London: Routledge, 2011) 179 pp. 9780415602686; (p/b) 9780415602716

Articles and contributions

To surf or not to surf: that is the question. The Ben Bowen Thomas lecture. Arts Council of Wales, 1996; published in Network 1998

To surf or not to surf: that is the question. Network, 1, December, 3-10 [see 1996 paper]

Interpreting interlanguage. e magazine: the A-level English magazine, 1, September 1998, 27-8

Interlanguage on the Internet. The Hong Kong Linguist 19-20, 1999, 12-15. (Adaptation of 'Interpreting interlanguage', 1998.)

Languages on the Web. Guardian Weekly, 25 January 2001

Twenty-first Century English. Keynote speech to IATEFL Annual Conference, March 2001

Languages on the Internet. Lingua Franca, March 2001, ABC

Keypad shorthand [original title: TXT, NE1?]. In e magazine 11, 26-7

A linguistic revolution. Newsletter, Scottish TESOL 21 (2), 2002, 5-8. (Adaptation of ABC radio talk, 2001). Another version: 'A linguistic revolution?' in Education, Communication and Information 1(2), 2001, 93-7

A linguistic revolution? Concorde 9, 2003, 6-7. [updating of TESOL paper]

The joy of text. New Statesman, Supplement on 'Our Mobile Future', 15 September 2003, 16-17

Oh what a tangled web we weave. Science and Spirit (November-December 2004), 34-5

The scope of Internet linguistics. American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, 18 February 2005; shortened version in The Western Mail, February

Johnson and the Internet. Hilda Hulme Memorial Lecture, University of London, 21 April 2005

TXT NY1? In Susan Tresman and Ann Cooke (eds), The Dyslexia Handbook (Reading: British Dyslexia Association, 2006), 179-83 [expansion of New Statesman 2003 article]

Texting. ELT Journal 62 (1), 2008, 77-83

The joy of txt. Spotlight, November 2008, 16-21

Research profile. Wolfson College Magazine, 32, 2007-8, 40-41

Txtng: frNd or foe? The Linguist, The Threlford Memorial Lecture 2008, 47 (6), December 2008-January 2009, 8-11

Who pays the piper calls the tune: changing linguistic goals in the service of industry. A case study. In D Prys and B Williams (eds), Global Understanding in Multilingual, Multimodal and Multimedia Contexts (GUM3C) (Bangor: Language Technologies Unit), Conference at Bangor University, 22-23 August 2008, 39-46

Internet language In Louise Cummings (ed.), The Pragmatics Encyclopedia (London: Routledge, 2010), 234-6

Semantic targeting: past, present, and future. Aslib Proceedings, 62 (4/5), 2010, 355-65

ur a gd mn mr gum;-), The Zurich Magazine, Summer/Autumn 2010, 9

The changing nature of text: a linguistic perspective, in Wido van Peursen, Ernst D Thoutenhoofd and Adriaan van der Weel (eds), Text Comparison and Digital Creativity (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 229-51

'O brave new world, that has such corpora in it!' New trends and traditions on the Internet plenary paper to ICAME 32, 'Trends and Traditions in English Corpus Linguistics', Oslo, June 2011