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Re: What Perlish name to assign to my baby girl?

by mattr (Curate)
on Jun 15, 2001 at 17:32 UTC ( #88784=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to What Perlish name to assign to my baby girl?

Congratulations! This is wonderful.

Hmm, names? How about anything starting with a B.. B. Lester. The beginning of her name would always sound "blessed".

Or you could name her Elizabeth Quinn since her initals would equal "eq". Or name her Susan Quinn!! (As S.Q.L. your daughter would be heavily sought after for all kinds of computer ads. Nine pound SQL, etc.!)

P.S. I like Margaret, Marge also sounds like Perl Margeules. (eek)

You could also call her Snoopy since he rides a (Sopwith) Camel (I think). (But I don't think she'd forgive you:).

Hmmm. Come to think of it, Lawrence of Arabia rides a camel too.. and Lawrence is Larry for short. Oh no!! (..My middle name is Lawrence for the record).

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[marto]: William Gibson was right
[moritz]: a classical problem with machine learning
[1nickt]: moritz isn;t the difference today that the machine learning algos are in charge of most stuffs?
[moritz]: depends on what you mean by "most stuff"
[1nickt]: I am sure I don't know about most of the stuff that is no longer controlled by humans. I do know that it's past the point of determining consumer pricing and into things that can kill me with blunt force!
[holli]: but is this really a problem 1nickt? Nobody knows how your human taxi drivers brain works either
[holli]: at least for cars, if the ai works better than a human on average, by all means let the machines drive

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