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Lauren Wood scripsit:
> I'm looking forward to seeing what XML-DEV can do!
Boggling, wearying, proliferating,
Circumscribed, inadequate. Future-proofed, compartmentalized,
Systematizing, pleasing, sufficing,
Straightforward, simplified --
I realize that you may not be able to use this, for political reasons. :-)
Opinions expressed in the poem are decidedly those of the author.
I decided to add a syllabic constraint as well: the syllable lengths are
3, 6, 10, 15, 10, 6, 3, corresponding to a binomial distribution.
It's interesting that Keith Boone and I independently decided to use
acronyms on the first and last lines.
With techies, I've generally found John Cowan
If your arguments lose the first round http://www.reutershealth.com
Make it rhyme, make it scan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
Then you generally can firstname.lastname@example.org
Make the same stupid point seem profound! --Jonathan Robie