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DAxelrod (4649)

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I'm interested in hard problems.

Recently, I've started thinking a lot about what CP6AN might look like.

Class::MOP and the Perl 6 Metamodel make me more excited than I'd like to admit.

Also expect occasional wordy technology-related rantings.

Journal of DAxelrod (4649)

Monday October 09, 2006
03:33 PM

OT: MarkovSpammer™

[ #31268 ]

I was really starting to miss jjohn's MarkovBlogger. Until I started getting what looks to be Markov-generated-spam. Usually it's just annoying but this one (which failed to actually advertise anything) was hillarious.

If Kafka, ee cummings, and Kent Beck all had a child who was dropped in its head repeatedly, the child might one day create this:

From: Mohammad Rutherford
Subject: Watch Chavez

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Head First book, you know

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Something more fun.

BTW, does use.perl have something equivalent to Perlmonks's readmore tags?

Edit:Dear lord. I just got another one that obviously uses Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy as one of its source texts.

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