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XP Nodelet ~ i'm a whore after all

Approval Nodelet ~ I am level 6+, and I do my best to help clean up the monastery

Tick Tock Nodelet ~ it's good to know what the time is

PmDev Nodelet ~ I'm a pmdev member, and I need the perks

Chatterbox ~ constant communication

Other Users ~ it's practically tied to the Chatterbox's hip

Keyword Nodelet ~ i'm adding *meaningful* keywords, in hopes, that eventually ( and i've got a magical hunch ), it will lead to better search results.

The cpan nodelet i don't have cause I'm a cpantester, and I get plenty of email ;)

The everydevel nodelet I don't have because I'm a god on javajunkies, and I visit everydevel quite often (i'm not clueless)

The personal nodelet I gave up a long time ago, ever since I added the custom node title's (tastier to manage for me)

A few other nodelets just link to stuff I know exists, and I know my way around the monastery.

 
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In reply to Re: Nodelet types, uses, and (relative) usefulness by crazyinsomniac
in thread Nodelet types, uses, and (relative) usefulness by atcroft

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