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After reading through this discussion, I realized that my office had been linking to a copy of Programming Perl in our Web Training Center. I have removed the link, and would like to apologize to merlyn for using it.

Arashi

I'm sure Edison turned himself a lot of colors before he invented the lightbulb. - H.S.

UPDATE: markwild has a valid point, I believed that merlyn would be interested in getting the link so he could work to get it taken offline. If he doesn't have it yet, he can message me for it.

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Software piracy- what would you do? by arashi
in thread Software piracy- what would you do? by scottstef

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