[CrackMonkey] An obituary I missed
Seth David Schoen
schoen at loyalty.org
Wed Apr 5 23:45:19 PDT 2000
> 03Apr2000 08:41PM (-0700) From [schoen at loyalty.org] schoen [Seth David Schoen]
> > According to my database, I own more books published by Dover than by any
> > other publisher.
> Ah yes, talking of books, on a recent quick trip to my Mum's in
> England I retrieved my copy of "Domus Anguli Puensis" from her
> attic. I'll have to somehow convey it to you if you are still
> interested. I particularly liked;
> C. III
> Quo in capite inestigationem ordiendam curant, et
> Porcellus iterum in Heffalumpdum paene incidit
> C. IV
> Quo in capite demonstratur Tigrides in arbores non
> and the song from the title chapter;
> Quo plus ningit (Tiddely pum),
> Eo plus cadit nivis (Tiddely pum),
> Et frigorem digitorum (Tiddely pum),
> Ignorat quivis (Tiddely pum).
I have the same material in _Winnie Ille Pu_ -- I think that those are
probably the same book with different titles. Thank you for thinking of
If I remember correctly, the absolutely delightful
"Hodie heffalumpum vidi, o Pu."
"Heffalumpbat. Eum me vidisse non puto."
appears in the heffalump chapter you mentioned.
> I also found my three Adobe PostScript books and am re-reading
> them with a more interested eye (especially as I now have
> GhostScript to experiment with). If Forth is the language for
> BAD people then I am now BAD in many fonts.
I wonder whether people are using PostScript to control embedded
Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> | And do not say, I will study when I
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