NB: These pages were mostly written in 2001 or so. The résumé dates are accurate but the code is aged and unlike whiskey, 8 year-old code doesn't usually taste better. For a look at my current skills and to see my CPAN modules, sample code, and code discussions, please see these pages instead: Perl resources and sample code and PangyreSoft.
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I’ve know this since I was a kid, though it was brought back to my attention by the lovely and talented Jamie Zawinski.

The reason I knew it already is an accidental manifestation of this phenomenon drove me half batty with confusion when I was 13 and read the Lord of the Rings trilogy for the first time. I thought Sauron and Saruman were the same person. S-a-u-or-r-or-ur-something-n.

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