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If you lived here you'd be home by now.
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I became the 48th saint on Sep 23, 2001 around 3pm. WooHoo!!
Monks I've Met:
My custom interface to perlmonks allows me to bookmark individual nodes. Some are merely links to outside articles that I'd like to read at somepoint. Others are launching points for potential future projects. Still others are just too clever to digest in one viewing. Here are today's 20 randomly selected bookmarks for your perusal. The numbers are the child count and family size of the node. Oh, and the little dot clears the bookmark if you know the secret password. ;-) Enjoy.
|Re^3: Font sizes. (0) ·||by davis|
|Re: Editor tricks. (0) ·||by stefan k|
|More effective thepen.com google search (2) ·||by Dog and Pony|
|CGI::Application (1) ·||by rob_au|
|Re: I filter my mail (0) ·||by Masem|
|Re:x2 A Regexp Assembler/Compiler (Whats a|
'trie'?) (3) ·
|Re: picking multiple random elements out of|
an array (0) ·
|Re: The Case of the Missing .pm which isn't|
supposed to be there... (0) ·
|Re: XM-Hell (0) ·||by mirod|
|Re: Web application frameworks / experience|
with CGI::MxScreen (1) ·
|Re: Re: Re: Removing Duplicate Array Elements!!! (1) ·||by gbarr|
|A Cat's eye view of OO (0) ·||by tilly|
|link handlers (0) ·||by vroom|
|Re^2: Fold a list using map splices (1/3) ·||by Aristotle|
|Update the current region/buffer in Emacs|
via Perl (1) ·
|Peek.pm (0) ·||by japhy|
|Perl and Net::Pcap (2) ·||by rob_au|
|Getting more out of LWP::Simple (1) ·||by Dog and Pony|
|Introduction to Tree::DAG_Node (2/4) ·||by gmax|
|Getting Started with Inline::C (0) ·||by derby|
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