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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The Mac. Unix on the desktop and it doesn't suck. I love it to pieces.

    Rendezvous. The ability to advertise and discover services like instant messaging, file sharing, web servers, etc. via DNS is sweet. It's awesome at conferences to fire up iChat and see everyone in the audience listed, and be able to chat with them.

    Perl. Damn I love this language. It's so useful and so easy. I'm still in love after all these years. Learning Objective C after learning Perl is like being sodomized by Jabba the H

    • I'm interested in Apache2 because modules will now have almost socket level access to the communication going on between apache and the client. This means that Apache can service other protocols besides HTTP. Will apache become THE server of the future? I dunno, but it presents some interesting possibilities.

      I forgot about Rendezous. That is very interesting. I always thought someone would hack up DNS for more interesting uses.

      MacOS X, while very cool, isn't too interesting to me. It's Unix and that's n

      • Stuart Cheshire, the Rendezvous guru, gave some nice bitchslaps to UPnP at a talk I saw. Something along the lines of UPnP solves the easy problems clumsily and leaves the hard problems to the user. I forget the details, I was too busy laughing at the time.

        I have a rant about p2p, web services, and digital identity in a buffer. Must ... find ... time ... to ... blog ... all ... my ... bigoted ... opinions!

        --Nat