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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've resorted to Apple's Stickies. I've always hated them until I tried to use iCal for todo lists. Then I found out just how easy they are in comparison. They're little, and always there.

    But then, all I get to do is delete a sticky to see more of my pretty background image. You get to remove rows from a database! :-)

    Though I am now a firm believer in your central point: JFDI. Any progress is a move in the right direction. Or, perhaps better, any move is progress in the right direction.
    --
    Casey West
    • We need synchronized stickies [askask.com]. :-)

        - ask
      --

      -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();

    • A few years ago I asked my sister if she wanted some helpful hints on her computer. She said, "Sure!" So I came up with a few that I thought would be helpful, and posted them as stickies on her computer. (One of them had advice for how to get rid of or add to the stickiest that I had up.)

      Now she knows that I'm a programmer. But she's far more impressed by the fact that I figured out how to put stickies on her computer than anything I can tell her about what I actually do for a living!