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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Here and on Slashdot.
  • I noticed it a long while back, but I switched to it permanently only recently. This was when I was going through a period of browsing with Lynx. The HTML was just so much easier to read. I've stayed switched because it's just generally nicer to read, even in mozilla though.

    -Dom

  • Me! (Score:2, Interesting)

    I've used it for years on /., but on use Perl; I use standard mode. I have used lite mode on use Perl; in the past.

    I access the Journals on use Perl; a lot and the slashbox with the latest updated Journals being right there on the right is convenient.

    I think the aesthetic choices for layout and colors are more to my liking on use Perl; than on /. when not in lite mode. Blue is my favorite color, though.

  • Linear. No distinction between sections. Doesn't seem to make the page load any faster.