Monthly Archives: September 2013

My Laptop

Oracle, MySQL, magical; T-SQL, PostgreSQL, lyrical. Copyright, copyleft, copy me! Through the night, me alone, all to thee… Advertisements

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She’s A Tough Girl

Heart broken, spirit down, Walking home alone but who with me? Same stories, chatty sounds, Which define what friends are meant to be. All there is so is that. Where’s the change that I so need tonight? Tomorrow, I’ll be … Continue reading

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Type Template Or Generic Type

Chinese poets started with regular forms but ended up with irregular forms. After all, our emotions are not uniformly paced. Irregular forms also came with standardized poetic scores, previously called poetic interfaces just to highlight their resemblance to type interfaces … Continue reading

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Chinese Poetry

Ancient Chinese poetry started about 3000 years ago, but the classic examples were mostly written between 1700 and 2100 years ago. There was little structure about Chinese poetry back then, except for rhymes and syllable counts. The reason for this … Continue reading

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