programming languages III

fastforward again to linuxfest northwest in bellingham wa. i was in a debugging session and someone mentioned a a threading problem he was having in Go. i had never heard of Go which is probably what piqued my interest. good chance that guy is not reading this, but his probably

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onenote vs evernote

tthere is no tl;dr version of this.

somewhere between jul 2006 and mar 2008 I paid for 2 copies of onenote. i didn't like the price ($100+ cdn) but i loved the organizational abilities of the note taking software.

and then in mar 2008, through no fault of windows

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programming languages II

so continuing: I didn't run windows at time but i did have a perl archive for windows. I ended up the moderator for the perl echo at one point.

life got interesting for me in the next few years. fast forward to the summer of 2002 and the language i

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programming languages I

a lot of years ago i used to run fidonet hub. i really enjoyed being a fidonet hub and i still miss it today, but it was pretty clear to me that when i started moving up in the ranks of fidonet positions, it meant that the people at the

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thanks again timster

yup, for effing up osx even further.

for you osx fanboys here's some the stuff you are saying is "better"

  • no windowshades
  • no spaces
  • no scrollbar arrows
  • no gui customization whatsoever
  • "protecting" osx so that none of the above will work, or any future other innovative software
  • security updates released

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