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Wednesday January 29, 2003
09:28 PM

O'Reilly is reclaiming the term "hacker"

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  • Much as I'm looking forward to Cookbook.2, I'm finding myself enjoying the thinner books lately. The physical ease of reading, say, CPAN Modules or Perl & XML, plus the satisfaction of actually reading the book cover-to-cover, offsets the higher cost-per-page. So I wonder: Is anyone doing a Perl Hacks for O'Reilly? Is there a topic space that fits the title, without overlapping with the existing titles?