beat me to the <blink>
i'll have to be serious. I voted for
, because until
i started hanging out at the Monastery, i never used this
tag. I like to use it in my posts to markup CPAN modules,
subroutines, methods, and variables, as long as i don't have to use the [ or < symbols (which require escaping or
tags). Here is an example.
That's why i like [cpan://Time::Piece]. Not only is it a
drop-in replacement for <tt>localtime</tt> and
<tt>gmtime</tt>, <tt>Time::Piece</tt> also ...
Pesonally, i think the extra typing is worth it, but some
might claim it's not being lazy. ;)
(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
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