Re: Perl CGI For The World Wide Web

2001-06-11 Thread Dan Packer

  I consider this a massive improvement.

The mere fact that Perl and CGI are actually differentiated in the title
is a marvel in and of itself. Thank God for small miracles.

Daniel Packer

Eh up! Abysinnia!

2001-05-22 Thread Dan Packer

Greg McCarroll and his (extraordinarily) lovely wife have, for the time
being, sufficiently brainwashed me as to convince me to for some
indeterminate amount of time, muck-in this kooky kerfuffle.

And lastly, in the tradition of me old beloved, but not leastly
(but yeastly), BEER. The international language of love... second to
Perl of course.

If you haven't guessed, i'm from the states.

# obscurite was here

On Tue, 22 May 2001, David H. Adler wrote:

 On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 08:43:39AM +0100, Piers Cawley wrote:
  Dave Cross [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
   At 23:30 21/05/2001, David H. Adler wrote:
   On Sun, May 20, 2001 at 08:28:24AM +0100, Dave Cross wrote:

 Don't think anyone writes technical books for money. If they do, then
 they're in for a big shock.
   ...and you can just imagine how much more true that is for editing
   technical books... :-)
   dha, used some of his editing money to buy a new guitar, though...
   ITYM used his editing money to buy some of a new guitar :)
  Hey, maybe it's one of those cheapo 'made in China' jobs. Of course,
  if it paid for a Martin or a Lowden or something else equally lovely,
  then well done Mr Adler.
 Ah, I wish...
 The truth is somewhere in between.  I got a Burns Marquee.  The reason I
 was able to do so is that, although it's a perfectly good guitar, they
 weren't selling.  When the price dropped by 75% (and I got informed
 opinions telling me it was not just a piece of junk), I couldn't resist.
 In fact, if one takes into account how much I saved, it actually
 *increases* the amount I got paid. :-)
 David H. Adler - [EMAIL PROTECTED] -
 perl -e 'print Just another P$0-r-l hacker'