My dearest ELISHEVA, you put me on the path by showing me the power of the sub! Without you, I would not have had this revelation. I have written several since, though they are mostly simple things that are not much to look at.
I would like to start writing the shell, especially the navigation part. That is the most daunting of tasks. I will be uploading this to my perlmonk.org account not my xecu.net account. That will give me the freedom to start from scratch with things. Write the shell script, get comfortable with it, then start on the massive reorganization and rewrite of my site. With this new way of thinking, there will be a new way of doing. That makes me equals amounts eager and anxious. Weird isn't it?
Have a nice day!
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