For the Whovians
I've had the good fortune to make the acquaintance of a number of Doctor Who fans at the library, and being one myself, I thought this Gallifreyan circular alphabet was cool enough to share. While it's not part of a new fictional language like Klingon or Elvish, it does look very cool. This site includes a guide to writing in Gallifreyan and a translator program you can download to convert your Roman alphabet text into Gallifreyan.
If none of this makes sense to you, or you're one of those folks whose friends have always talked about how you need to check out Doctor Who, you should know that you can do so on the cheap with our DVD collection, which includes the series as well as Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures.
And fans should know that we have books and audiobooks to help you get your fix in the between-seasons. Also, there's a Who Con in Green Bay, a little convention with a TARDIS, some popular episode viewing, and more.
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