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These nodes all have stuff by ichimunki (showing 101-150 out of ~557?):

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149516 (ichi) Re: Hmm, how bout a filesystem for that personal nodelet? 2002-03-05 21:49
149177 Re: Dingbats in node titles? 2002-03-04 18:53
148711 (ichimunki) Re: The SSSCA considered harmful 2002-03-01 23:05
146244 (ichimunki) Re: A question of copyright law an how it affects web templates 2002-02-18 20:43
145998 (ichi) Re: Favorite Graphics Creation Tool 2002-02-17 15:35
143959 (ichimunki) Re: Prime Number Finder 2002-02-07 19:59
142673 (ichimunki) Re: Data::Dumper Dilema 2002-02-01 13:21
141606 (ichimunki) re x 4: Certification Foo 2002-01-25 23:33
140083 (ichimunki) Re: Explaining a Perl project to a VB-bound audience 2002-01-19 20:05
140018 (ichimunki) re x 2: Why are closures cool, continued? 2002-01-19 04:47
140013 (ichimunki) re x 3: Refactor method calls or not? 2002-01-19 04:27
139631 (ichimunki) Re: Tension Breakers -- or, how to keep from going insane 2002-01-18 00:54
139007 (ichimunki) Re: Content management system recommendations? 2002-01-15 23:47
138995 (ichimunki) re x 2: Google results for 'Perl' 2002-01-15 22:59
138070 (ichimunki) Re: ActiveState is dead ? 2002-01-11 21:53
137866 (ichimunki) Re x 5: Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it? 2002-01-11 03:43
137841 (ichimunki) Re x 3: Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it? 2002-01-11 01:42
137824 (ichimunki) Re x 3: Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it? 2002-01-10 23:17
137807 (ichimunki) Re: Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it? 2002-01-10 22:38
137770 (ichimunki) Re x 3: Crypt::TripleDES decrypting problem 2002-01-10 21:19
137646 (ichimunki) re x 3 : use Fatal; 2002-01-10 05:22
137641 (ichimunki) Re x 2: Games in Perl 2002-01-10 05:01
137640 (ichimunki) Re: Bigger Textarea 2002-01-10 04:50
137637 (ichimunki) Re: Crypt::TripleDES decrypting problem 2002-01-10 04:38
137314 (ichimunki) Re: Perl Console Window 2002-01-09 03:59
137184 (ichimunki) Re: The Quest for the Holy Grail...erm...Book 2002-01-08 21:17
136938 (ichimunki) Re: Coding superstitions 2002-01-08 00:52
136887 (ichimunki) Re: Too Convenient Security? (updated) 2002-01-07 22:47
136367 (ichimunki) Re: multi-lingual support... 2002-01-05 00:11
136359 (ichimunki) Re x 4: Interview with a Programmer 2002-01-04 23:45
136339 (ichimunki) Re x 2: Interview with a Programmer 2002-01-04 22:46
136282 (ichimunki) Re: Inline::Ruby 2002-01-04 19:27
136015 (ichimunki) Re: RFC - OOP and Turing machines 2002-01-03 21:46
135844 Topic Sections Considered Harmful? 2002-01-03 03:26
135004 (ichimunki) Re x 3: HTML vs. W3C HTML Validation 2001-12-29 02:34
134999 (ichimunki) Re: HTML vs. W3C HTML Validation 2001-12-29 02:13
134984 (ichimunki) Re x 3: why is this tainted? 2001-12-29 01:13
134954 (ichimunki) Re: why is this tainted? 2001-12-29 00:00
134936 (ichimunki) Re x 4: Extract string from rear of string 2001-12-28 22:49
134734 (ichimunki) Re: Querying a Server Periodically 2001-12-28 01:45
134534 (ichimunki) Re: how to make a password dissapear? 2001-12-27 05:56
134417 (ichimunki) re x 2: Usefulness of CS (discussion) 2001-12-26 20:50
134392 (ichimunki) Put down the pipe. 2001-12-26 18:14
134334 (ichimunki) okay 2001-12-26 05:49
133552 (ichimunki) Re x 2: Excluding words with more than three a 2001-12-20 22:25
133376 (ichimunki) Re: Excluding words with more than three a 2001-12-20 06:08
133245 (ichimunki) Re: How do you critique another person's code? 2001-12-20 00:15
133210 (ichimunki) Re: Mock CGI output to browser from Perl on Windows 98 2001-12-19 22:48
133177 (ichimunki) Re: Handling relative urls with LWP or something else 2001-12-19 21:19
133135 (ichimunki) Re: Perl Application Platform 2001-12-19 19:16
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[ambrus]: Some people like me are fine in learning how to use some custom user interface. For me, I might want to make some keyboard- controlled interactive live slide writer program, like I said in the hypothetical case when I have lots of years of free time for th
[Corion]: ambrus: Some of my math professors delegated TeX-ing of the exercises etc. to their secretaries :) But they all had very neat handwriting and good blackboard operation anyway ;)
[ambrus]: is.
[Corion]: ambrus: Yeah, I'm thinking maybe it makes sense to have two modes, "edit presentation" and "present presentation", where editing will edit /change the text, insert new slides etc., while presenting only allows drawing over stuff
[ambrus]: Corion: secretaries? Nah, those aren't for TeXing. They delegate the less important stuff like exercises to students, as homework or extra credit, and the more important stuff like writing articles or computations for research experiment to MsC students o
[Corion]: But then I think that maybe you want to have premade drawings display over your typed stuff already, so "present" would be a subset of "edit". And then I wonder whether even a subset makes sense ;)
[ambrus]: r grad students they're advising. Secretaries are useful, but not for this.
[Corion]: ambrus: I guess my profs were more oldskool that way and didn't farm out stuff except tutoring the exercises to students, but my profs were mostly theoretical mathematicians, not applied
[ambrus]: As in, high-ranking people have to coordinate a department, decide about tricky individual non-professional questions that come up, and submit proposals for grants. Secretaries are useful for helping in that.
[ambrus]: Corion: oh sure, a professor can still choose to do anything themselves if they have time and want to get it right.

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