The LJ Meme of the Week


Take a look at your LJ friends list, then list up to ten things you want to say to ten different LJ friends. DO NOT state who these people are. DO NOT confirm or deny any “comment speculation.”.

  1. Are there any news about that idea, which we discussed few weeks ago?
  2. You accepted a big challenge and were successful in dealing with it.
  3. Thanks again for the URL to that Web site.
  4. Your posts have the quality, which draws out of me creativity in composing comments.
  5. I owe you for those interesting contacts, to which you led me.
  6. Congratulations!

My LJ friends list is relatively short, so I have only six comments.

Perl is not only a programming language but also a religion

This creates a problem when one wants to discuss the state of worshipping in the context of Perl.
bless is a reserved word in Perl, and it has a specific technical meaning.

Roget’s Thesaurus came to my rescue. It offered me three alternative words: hallow, consecrate, sanctify.

Now we can start hallowing whatever is holy and sacred in the magnificent language Perl.

Are you a single woman?

If yes, read What Lies Beyond the Haze of Social Conditioning? about what happens if one expands one’s consciousness and transcends above all the trifling and trivial problems, with which normal people preoccupy themselves.

Then, if the article resonates a chord within you, send me an E-mail message. Maybe you’ll find a soulmate.

At the moment, I am eagerly reading several articles from, in which also the above article appears. I did not feel like this since the time I found Steve Litt’s Troubleshooters.Com Web site, which teaches you everything you need to know to be able to troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment.

One goat kid, one goat kid

One who knows?
One I know.
One world.

Two who knows?
Two I know.
Yen and Yang. Fractal duality.

Three who knows?
Three I know.
The basic linguistic concepts of subject, verb and object. The IDF tradition of dividing everything into three parts. The RDF triplet for linking two concepts together.

Four who knows?
Four I do not know.
Four only Arthur Clarke and his story-whispering extraterrestrial ghosts know.

Infinity who knows?
Infinity I know.
Infinite is the world.