A little recap of history: Freelance Reconstruction, the blog you’re currently reading,  was originally started as a Tumblr microblog. It turned out though that my blogging style needs a sturdier framework, and for several years now, I’ve been happy to be based on WordPress instead.
This much some old readers may recall. However I never have gotten much into doing quick-paced community engagement blogging on here, in part indeed due to the heavier-duty software. And since I still hang out on Tumblr for unrelated reasons, I’ve also found it useful to have an outlet to comment on things related to linguistics that come up in there.
Thus, enter a new, more casual linguistics sideblog: possessivesuffix.tumblr.com. This has been running for a bit over a year by now, but I don’t think I’ve mentioned anything about it earlier on here. Perhaps I should also request that anon asks be redirected there instead of the old defunct version of this blog?
Here is also a list of some posts on there that might be of interest to the readers on here as well.
1. Original blog posts and commentary on topics:
— on the structure and history of Finnish:
- On the rendering of ts in (my) colloquial Finnish
- Sociolinguistic archeology of gendered terminology in Finnish
- the Finnish final gemination and its levelling-out
- Finnic etc. loans in Germanic (and whether path might be one)
- varieties of kaali
- Some Finnish minimal multiplets
- Suomen monikon genetiivin historiaa
- the ending -elO in Finnish
- phonemic syllable breaks in Finnish
— on Uralic linguistics in general:
— on phonological fun facts and typology:
- Spirantization in Iranian, part 1 • part 2
- Classical Armenian r-metathesis (+ follow-up)
- interdentalization in Central and Eastern Asia
- weird consonant cluster patterns, part 1 • part 2
- does root structure link to consonant inventory sizes
- on the Swedish sj-sound (“/ɧ/”)
- typology of sibilant systems across Eurasia
— other stuff:
- contra Atkinson & co. 2011 (the “phonological diversity decreases by distance from Africa” study)
- cognitive differences in the degree of generativeness of grammar
- ‘moon’, ‘horse’ and lexical replacement in Indo-European
- linguistic universals as dependant on linguistic theory
- Typical Endangered Language Fallacy (+ follow-up)
- Maybe some isolates are creoles?
- some opinions on Altaic
- language homelands outside of the center of gravity of diversity
2. Links to other blogs, articles etc. without much additional insights of my own:
- phonotypology of Khoisan languages
- Iranian Dialectology and Dialectometry (PhD thesis)
- Reflexes of PIE ablaut in modern Greek
- Two thousand years of history that were completely forgotten
- ＡＳＹＮＣＨＲＯＮＩＳＭ ＯＦ ＰＲＩＭＡＬ ＦＵＳＩＯＮＳ
- Initial *gʷʰ in Germanic
- linguistic diversity in eastern Tibet
- The Sino-Tibetan Languages (Routledge)
- Pronoun borrowing in colloquial Vietnamese
 I’ve seen this blog occasionally linked under the name “Protouralic”, but to be exact, that is only my blog’s URL, not the title. The discrepancy is mainly since I can foresee maintaining this blog long enough that I will no longer be doing freelance reconstruction… It remains to be seen what the blog will be renamed at that point, though.