I include this Internet link to Finnegans Wake on-line.  Having said that my 'future language' experiences are somewhat like Joyce's language, this is with the qualification of saying that the experience is of something even stranger and more 'other'.  It's heard at a faster rate than it would be possible to read, and multi-track, with many streams babbling at the same time.  Also there's a higher percentage of co-joined apparently nonsense sounding words and less seeming narrative.  If you are familiar with Joyce's work, you may ask, "what narrative?"  Well, even though Joyce was obviously on to something way ahead of its time, the book is still bound by narrative convention by comparison.  One still can't help reading it and trying to make sense of it, beginning, middle and end.  I'm sure if Joyce were alive now he would be writing in hypertext>>