You look pretty healthy for someone who died

Walking in through the door she encountered the familiar chaos of the department. Waiting patients, harassed staff and the grim hospital dĂ©cor instantly made her feel at home again and ready to get started. She was missing the work, the dailychallenge of fighting death and pain, but with her new plans to investigate death itself, … Read more

Naked in a public space

The photographic images presented here tell the tale of the ride itself, as well as a few of its related stories, and each “picture is worth a thousand words”. Indeed, many images from the WNBR are truly excellent and belong in the photo-documentary slot of any comprehensive photographic library purporting to be representative of modern … Read more

Request Tracker

RT Essentials, co-written by one of the RT’s original core developers, Jesse Vincent, starts off with a quick background lesson about ticketing systems and then shows you how to install and configure RT. This comprehensive guide explains how to perform day-to-day tasks to turn your RT server into a highly useful tracking tool. One way … Read more

Listing perl code

Using the perl debugger to produce a code listing. l usage l [min+incr|min-max|line|subname|$var] List code within the currently loaded file, in “windowSize” chunks. Note you can always get back to the current code position with the “.” command (below). See options for more information about “windowSize” Sometimes the default “windowSize” view of your code just … Read more

Pro Perl Debugging

Pro Perl Debugging steps in to help resolve the dilemma of application testing and debugging—one of the biggest time commitments in a programmers daily routine. What this book will do is rescue you from substandard application testing practices. The book commences with several chapters that overview the debuggers basic features, then covers common debugging scenarios. … Read more

Goldfinger

There’s an old myth about body painting being dangerous, as it supposedly doesn’t let your skin breathe, so-called epidermal suffocation. This was the gimmick used in the James Bond (Sean Connery) movie Goldfinger in 1964, when the girl Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton), was covered in gold paint and apparently died a terrible death from suffocation. … Read more

Voyeurism

Shall we say goodbye to all the Big Brother and American Idol style TV shows, because ‘they encourage exhibitionism or voyeurism’. Never mind whether these shows are morally uplifting, or not, according to the dictates of the repressed and deviant mindset of the puritan hypocrite, clearly these ideas are supported with enthusiasm by the general … Read more