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A little clarification

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1 parent 8cdfc13 commit aaedc67f2dca063171dac9995d41478104a0865a Reg Braithwaite committed Oct 28, 2008
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@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ For example, given a class, here are all of the classes and superclasses that im
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-The little idea here is that you don't have to write a loop of some sort climbing the class tree and accumulating an array of classes that respond to `#foo` as you go. This expresses teh same idea in terms of operations on a collection.
+The little idea here is that you don't have to write a loop of some sort climbing the class tree and accumulating an array of classes that respond to `#foo` as you go. This expresses the same idea in terms of operations on a collection.
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-Well, I said I was [retiring from blogging](http://weblog.raganwald.com/2008/07/brief-history-of-dangerous-ideas.html"A Brief History of Dangerous Ideas") and I am with a new blog. What's going on?
+Well, I said I was [retiring from blogging](http://weblog.raganwald.com/2008/07/brief-history-of-dangerous-ideas.html"A Brief History of Dangerous Ideas") and here I am with what looks like a new blog. What's going on?
**Homoiconic**
-This is a kind of blog, if you define blog as 'something published on the internet with an RSS feed.' But no, this is not a blog in the sense that [weblog.raganwald.com](http://weblog.raganwald.com) was a blog. [Homoiconic](http://github.com/raganwald/homoiconic/tree/master) is an experiment in publishing code and words about code on a small scale.
+This *is* a kind of blog, if you define blog as 'something published on the internet with an RSS feed.' But no, this is not a blog in the sense that [weblog.raganwald.com](http://weblog.raganwald.com) was a blog. [Homoiconic](http://github.com/raganwald/homoiconic/tree/master) is an experiment in publishing code and words about code on a small scale.
My writing used to be heavily philosophical, with lots of advocacy and questioning. I still consider the _why_ of things much more meaningful than the how, but it's time to focus on the how rather than the why. I'm making this little writing place a "no trolling zone." I will try to avoid preaching, and the obvious corollary is that I will also avoid worrying about whether people agree or disagree. Instead, I will try to simply share little pieces of code as it comes to me.

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webmat commented on aaedc67 Oct 28, 2008

Reg, glad to have you back. Looking forward to see what you post here :-)

You can also use .md for a markdown extension.

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