What do they do on the Web? What do they think of the Internet, copyright,multilingualism, the future of paper, the e-book, the information society, etc.?A collection of interviews with writers, journalists,publishers, booksellers, librarians, professors, researchers, linguists, etc. License CC BY-SA 4.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
centuries), everyday language (written and spoken), scientific and technical language (terminologies), and regional languages. This data, which is an very important study resource, is made available to people interested in the French language (teachers and researchers, business people, the service sector and the general public) through publications and databases.
Frantext is one of the best French textual databases on the Internet. It is a collection of about 3,000 digitized French texts from the 16th to the 20th centuries, with a search facility (Stella) for literary, linguistic, lexicographical, and stylistic research. The database, which was revamped in 1998, now has a more user-friendly interface, more efficient online help and better computing tools. A second version is an experimental section of 400 grammaticaly-encoded novels of 19th and 20th centuries.
*Interview of June 11, 1998 (original interview in French)
= How did using the Internet change your professional life?