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by jdporter (Canon)
on May 30, 2002 at 16:48 UTC ( #170442=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


Rooms in my treehouse:
Popular links on homenodes
Tutorials digest
Survey of POOP Modules
Some cb snippets
Bookmarks/miscellany
Restyling PerlMonks
Sitedoclet usage analysis
My Writeups
My XP Chart
Scratchpads:
admin-related stuff
pmdev-related stuff
other stuff
Other web pages:
My main web page
My perlmonk.org page

Some of my root (and root-like) posts you may find interesting:

PerlMonks/Community/Fun:
PerlMonks for the Absolute Beginner
New Service: Thread Watcher
New Snippets Index
cbshitory
XY Problem
Where should I post Y?
CrazyTachTillyN
Adso.pl
jdporter's place in the name space
test of ancient magic
test this
9
Nodes 1 .. 1000
There is no Perl Illuminati
PerlMonks Memorial Garden

Also check out my Free Nodelet Hacks
Also check out  
Perl/Programming:
(RFC) Arrays: A Tutorial/Reference
Tk Photo Slideshow, with scrolling and scaling
Simple Console Menuing System
Control and Query Win32 Services at the command line
Strategy Handles
Tie::Scalar::Substring
Linked Lists With No Memory Leak
Statistics::SGT
There's Only One Way To Do It
Read and write Windows "shortcut" links
Create and Pop Up Outlook Notes from Perl
IO::MultiHandle - Operate on multiple file handles as one
map-like hash iterator

Here are some links I keep handy in my Free Nodelet:

Free Nodelet Settings
User Settings
Display Settings
Nodelet Settings
log out
PerlMonks statistics
Message Inbox
last hour of cb
Full-Page Chat
just_chat
cbhist
cb60
Chatterbox statistics

Monks I've met in meatspace:


PerlMonks Quine:

perl -MLWP::Simple -e "getprint 'http://perlmonks.org/?node_id=170442; +displaytype=displaycode'"


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Previously, I used this:

Between the mind which plans and the hands which build, there must be a mediator... and this mediator must be the heart.
This is a line (my own translation) from the classic movie Metropolis. Incidentally, my homenode pic above is a frame cap from this movie as well.

In the movie, the building of the mega-city Metropolis is likened to the legendary tower of Babel. This was intended as a warning: Knowing the fate which befell Babel, the builders of the present age should take care to avoid the same sins, and thus the same fate. Specifically, the builders of Babel lacked "heart" (a spirit of compassion and a willingness to compromise), and this resulted in a cataclysmic conflict between management and labor.


Most languages are like StackOverflow: I have a question, I want the best answer.
Perl is like PerlMonks: I have a doubt, I want to read an interesting discussion about it that is likely to go on a tangent. q-:

tye, in Re: What is PerlMonks? (why Perl)



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