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Friday November 21, 2003
03:33 AM

[MarkovBlogger] AOL Fighting Spam (re)design .

[ #15919 ]
I was at 18th & H, across Pennsylvania Ave.)


[*] Perl6 RFC #1138: Replace the shift builtin with something clever this early in the lecture area tomorrow, as part of it is $50 for the last frontier back in the Dock and System Events. It's super sweet! Note how it works on Mac OS 9.2.2, apparently over the last number on it, but it still didn't get to have a list of links to it again after a couple of late night talking, particularly with Quinn and Danny from Need to Know. Rael appeared at most of life.

Since my access to the tops of both those modules and articles that I sound like crap, too. Progress!

Just before 2pm, Tom Brokaw is presenting some images coming off the ground. "Tell me how the people that I can probably provide some of the seventies, prevasive sex, drugs and violence, to present a future iPod revision has group browsing for men), gives me the they have to take over support of the RIAA for some drinks instead of civil rights.

I think work here if I haven't done an amazing experience.

(Brought to you by jjohn's MarkovBlogger (): If it hits kernel panic about 50% of the house is much better model for teenage girls, you'll know it fairly well when I've not touched them in March and not even supported until ID3v2.4.0, which most software will eventually have an installer license. I did not have net zero effect on even the military knows that it's likely that it put a cap on it, as compared to natural light.

I considered the dollar's recent pludge against the acquisition cost. This is the direct object of the same reason I don't.

(Brought to you by jjohn's MarkovBlogger (): If it makes sense, it's not MarkovBlogger ().)

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  • As I see, MarkovBlogger reads its own entries. Bug or feature ?
    • It should not be reading its own entries. I do filter MB entries. However, if other blogs quote MB, there's little I can do about that. It is very, very difficult to debug a particular entry to see what when wrong. I will have a look.

      • I think this snake is indeed eating its own tail.

        To debug this, I first grepped through all of the source material, which is organized into a subdirectories and files.

        A typical source file looks like this:

        «subject: OSCON - /$3(.*)$/

        I write this on Saturday. My last entry was Wednesday. Thursday is a happy blur now. I know I went to some good talks, but I can't remember them now, even on pain of death. What I do have a clear recollection of is going to the Mummy Cafe with Quinn, Danny [], David

        • FILE:
          for my $file (@ARGV) {

            if (open my $in, $file) {
              while (<$in>) {
                if (/^subject:/) {

                  if (/^\s*\[MarkovBlogger\]/) {
                    close $in;
                    next FILE;

                  fill_table(table   => $subject,