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Old 02-20-2009, 08:40 AM   #1
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LXer: The Follow-Up: Absorption Of Knowledge In The Computer Age

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Today I'm going to follow up on post we did at the beginning of this week regarding absorption of knowledge in the computer age. I was originally going to post some ridiculously bad code, explain that I was doing it on purpose, and why, with text in the "F pattern" and see how many people still complained about the shoddy quality of the code. Instead, I looked back at some older posts where the code was intentionally bad and decided that, since I've already done that, it would be cheap to do it again.



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