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xenchu (4746)

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The vapid tale of a boring layabout. I mean I don't even drink. I like women, books and Perl (hmmm, yeah, that's about the right order).

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Tuesday January 20, 2004
02:31 PM

Fans?

[ #16923 ]

I am a stone newbie here. I am not sure where to find anything or how to ask where to look for anything.

Despite my newbieness I find that I have two 'Fans'. Wow! And what fans! They are merlyn and Louis Wu. If anyone in the Perl universe doesn't know who merlyn is...open your programming text, he probably wrote it. He is also a prominent inhabitant of Perl Monks and masterful answerer of questions there. As for Louis Wu, he is another prominent denizen of Perl Monks and a question answerer of note but he hasn't written any books yet (as Louis Wu anyway.)

I am honored to have these distinguished gentlemen as Fans (whatever a Fan is). Perhaps knowing they are there will keep me from writing anything too stupid in this journal. I can only hope so.

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  • I use the Friend feature to read journals, as it provides a single page [perl.org] where I can read lots of Perlish journals, and learn from the experiences of others. As such, if anyone has an active journal, I mark them Friend, and look forward to reading about their computer experiences.

    BTW, it's a bit odd to find myself in a comparison with merlyn, especially since I don't come out looking like an idiot. :)

    • I too use "Friends" in that manner. And what I really wish is a feature that would simply give me all the journals except for those that I had explicitly unsubscribed from. No method to do that. {sigh}
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