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Sunday, 14 December 2003


air force guy
forgot my password, so i look like a guest, but any ways... sounds like your other you is alot like you. Even though you from the other universe likes things fuzzy, he also spends more time on work. everyone needs to get away from it all every once in a while, that's why "they" invented vacations. not saying you shouldn't strive for a goal, but reaching that goal as a psuedo-you and then changing back may bring unforseen problems in the future. Just some advice to consider, and if there's a way to fix my password problem that would be helpful.

Ah, lost passwords... what a good way to highlight the fact that I never finished patching the holes on this fantastic-blog-o-matic machine. Okay, I'll contact you about that.

Vacations... yeah, I actually don't even think I need one. Sure, I'd take one if given, and, true, I'd really rather not work than work, but at the moment I seem to be doing more learning and investigations of interesting things in my work time than my non-work time. It's a close balance though, and learning Java is as much something for me as it is something for work. Actually, more for me... work is just an excuse. Don't worry, I don't think I'm in any danger of becoming a work-a-holic. I like my own personal productive time too much.

You might also try feeding the feeble 'Me' some vitamin B tablets. (to combat all that coffee). You will be surprised at the pep-up your old Me will display.

learning Perl
I wonder how you studied Perl. Did you use my "Learning Perl"?

My first perl book was actually Perl and CGI for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide. I made a list at Amazon that has all the web-related books I read, in order, here.

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