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> Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 15:12:38 -0800
> From: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] thanks and poetry
> To: [log in to unmask]
> relevant: http://everything2.com/title/Ode+To+Lynx
> I like Karen's proposal of establishing an oral tradition. But I've also
> been thinking about version controlled poetry in github or on a wiki, and
> hyperlinked/linked data poetry. For that matter, does IRC poetry count as
> oral if the channel is unlogged?
> - Tom
> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 2:14 PM, Karen Coyle <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Yeah, Joshua! That DEFINITELY qualifies as nerd poetry IMO. I hope your
> > darling can appreciate it!
> > kc
> > On 2/15/13 10:26 AM, Joshua Gomez wrote:
> >> I'm sitting at the hotel waiting for my airport shuttle and I'm looking
> >> over the list of great presentations that were given at the conference
> >> this
> >> year. Thanks to all the presenters and the hosts. As always, code4lib was
> >> a
> >> fun, engaging and inspiring event.
> >> Karen Coyle's nerd poetry was a fun idea from out of left field. I
> >> decided
> >> to give it a try while I wait for the shuttle. I believe her idea was to
> >> write poetry about coding, but I was inspired by the proximity of
> >> Valentine's day to instead write a cheesy love poem in code.
> >> if (roses == 'red' && love == True):
> >> print 'Hello My Darling'
> >> self.append(you)
> >> See you all next year...I hope.
> >> -Josh
> >> Joshua Gomez
> >> Digital Library Programmer Analyst
> >> George Washington University Libraries
> >> 2130 H St, NW Washington, DC 20052
> >> (202) 994-8267
> > --
> > Karen Coyle
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