ARTICLE SUMMARY: There are around 6000 languages in the world today are in danger of being lost forever.
- Preservation for future generations
- The ability to teach, read and write endangered tongues
- Digitalization improves the accessibility of both historical and modern content in these languages
Susanna Zaraysky concludes her article with “For some communities, the Noto Fonts for their writing system may be the only way to use their language digitally because there are no other fonts available for their scripts. I encourage you to learn about which Noto fonts are available for the languages you care about.”
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