|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
herveusby herveus (Parson)
|on Apr 18, 2001 at 11:23 UTC||Need Help??|
The new silly hat picture: Yes, I'm doing an impression of a garden gnome. It's a really warm hat, being made of wool, knit and then fulled. I need to find a picture of me in a blue tunic and the hat...
Caption from old picture: That's me in the middle (the fat guy in a Far Side T-shirt) between my wife (on the left) and a friend, Julie, whom we got together with in Tallinn, Estonia. That's the old city in the background. Oh, Julie is a tablet weaver, too... imagine that!
Caption from old picture^2:
That's me doing tablet weaving (the tablets are hiding in my hands)...no, I don't dress that way in my day job (except for Halloween, where I wore pretty close to what I am wearing in that picture.).
My Unitarian Jihad Name is: The Spikey Mace of Quiet Reason.
ObPerl: I have a Perl module that helps me design patterns...
Life is good at work...it's nice to have a job that is fun.
See scratchpad for resume. Email email@example.com for other details.
I use Perl for my hobbies (heraldry, gaming) as much as for work. I've got some proto-modules that chart tablet-weaving patterns, process heraldic information (SCA context), and work with Traveller based stuff.
Just for giggles and yuks: ravioli railguns
More giggles and yuks: Skippy's List - the 213 Things Skippy is No longer Allowed to do in the U.S. Army.
...on HTML (so-called) email:
Seen in the ChatterBox:
I'm gonna see about getting a button made with this on it...
...so edan keeps track of monks whose taste in Whisky runs to the Islay side of the force...I'm listed there, but his list only covers the Islays...
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