Apprently, since the Tasmanian forrestry industry is far larger than the honey industry, it’s leaders won’t be held ransom to the requests of the beekeepers to ease up on Leatherwood felling.Sounds to me like they’re just keen to get on with chopping trees and fucking the environment. Top work fellas.
Archive | October, 2006
A friend just del.icio.us‘d me this treat of an article. It lays out an argument that Design Patterns are really just evidences of language weaknesses.This really Makes Sense to me. I dig that I’ve never really considered this in the ever before. It’s a different perspective but almost kind of obvious.That’s not to say I’m [...]
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