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User since: May 26, 2001 at 12:57 UTC
Last here: Jan 04, 2008 at 07:46 UTC (7 years ago)
Experience: 13520
Level: Monsignor (18)
Writeups: 1150
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I became the 48th saint on Sep 23, 2001 around 3pm. WooHoo!!

Monks I've Met:

Fastest Rising Monks as of 2005-04-04

Monk
 
Total
XP
Home
Node
Rank
 
User
Since
Num
Posts
XPper
Week
Last7
DaysXP
vroom100686397911999-11-12607357325
merlyn51242907322000-04-254972198321
Ovid450981700032000-06-08231217926
BrowserUk4237117158842002-06-045344285137
adrianh19511186362212002-07-301443139146
davido19167281137232003-08-05158221995
* blakem1316383485372001-05-261145657
ysth10820299049492003-10-141651140144
brian_d_foy7646366986872004-06-15287181273
ikegami7308381608932004-08-101151213262
Tanktalus34584211142802005-01-10457280276
Pustular Postulant14834395286782005-03-14177442731
frodo7232543992318372005-03-1651106153
inq1237644078333002005-03-189279
Securiger5644175937872005-03-2312718
JPD4544212141332005-03-242233
cbrain3644230944572005-03-254203
MonkPaul3444418045352005-04-0194334
davidg1944440356662005-04-0262919
dave_pl1544462661912005-04-0434315
* no longer actually on the list, for comparison only

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My custom interface to perlmonks allows me to bookmark individual nodes. Some are merely links to outside articles that I'd like to read at somepoint. Others are launching points for potential future projects. Still others are just too clever to digest in one viewing. Here are today's 20 randomly selected bookmarks for your perusal. The numbers are the child count and family size of the node. Oh, and the little dot clears the bookmark if you know the secret password. ;-) Enjoy.

Discussion:
     Re^3: Font sizes. (0) ·  by davis
     Re: Editor tricks. (0) ·  by stefan k
     More effective thepen.com google search (2) ·  by Dog and Pony
Module Reviews:
     CGI::Application (1) ·  by rob_au
Poll:
     Re: I filter my mail (0) ·  by Masem
Questions (SOPW):
     Re:x2 A Regexp Assembler/Compiler (Whats a
'trie'?)
(3) ·
  by demerphq
     Re: picking multiple random elements out of
an array
(0) ·
  by chipmunk
     Re: The Case of the Missing .pm which isn't
supposed to be there...
(0) ·
  by chipmunk
     Re: XM-Hell (0) ·  by mirod
     Re: Web application frameworks / experience
with CGI::MxScreen
(1) ·
  by princepawn
     Re: Re: Re: Removing Duplicate Array Elements!!! (1) ·  by gbarr
     A Cat's eye view of OO (0) ·  by tilly
Setting:
     link handlers (0) ·  by vroom
Snippets:
     Re^2: Fold a list using map splices (1/3) ·  by Aristotle
     Update the current region/buffer in Emacs
via Perl
(1) ·
  by laughingboy
     Peek.pm (0) ·  by japhy
Tutorials:
     Perl and Net::Pcap (2) ·  by rob_au
     Getting more out of LWP::Simple (1) ·  by Dog and Pony
     Introduction to Tree::DAG_Node (2/4) ·  by gmax
     Getting Started with Inline::C (0) ·  by derby

 

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