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Here's a niche marketing idea for you: executable hedge mazes that print out paeans of praise to the owner of the maze.
The weird thing is they think they have done it: "Our satellite is transmitting the immortal revolutionary paeans The Song of General Kim Il Sung and The Song of General Kim Jong-il as well as measured information to the earth," the Korean Central News Agency reported.
I could comment on how this reads more like a paean than as news reporting, but no.
Regardless of RMS's position and community's reaction, that was just a poorly written, rambling paean to RMS.
And his writing on this essay (which in my opinion is a rather incoherent and wandering paean of praise for lisp vs a strawman Java) seems to indicate he doesn't.
Great opening:In the introduction to Start-Up Nation, Dan Senor and Saul Singer's best-selling paean to Israeli innovation, Agassi was the soft-spoken software wiz who had a brilliant idea and a terrible time locating a backer.
This sort of paean to the "noble savage" always glosses over some of the worst aspects of such lifestyles.
I forget where, but the entire story of how NS2 came to life is a paean to the dedication of its fans.
But yes, if he stops writing paeans to Obama, he'll stop being nearly as much a Big Deal.
These guys weren't making a paean to beautiful, hardened software to impress their hacker friends.
Unfortunately, the poster chose to break his dignified silence by posting a epic paean of fatuous self-praise on-line, interspersed with some quotations from his fathers 'blog on wisdom'.
I would like to toss the author of this paean to passivity into the ocean.
So it is that a post about configuring free tools for productivity results in a paean to Linus Torvalds, MacBook Air, Vitamix, Moccamaster, and your real passion for beautiful, most beautiful, stunningly beautiful, truly good, beautiful, simple, high quality, high-quality, feel good.
To someone who spends probably way too much time listening to dharma talks, reading Zen books, and meditating, it's always a bit jarring to see these paeans to walking and running that describe how this kind of exercise is a great way to just be ...
This article is a paean to Clojure, a torrent of praise with little to no (or very faint) criticism, and has very little discussion of what is being traded off for what, and what the positives and negatives are, what the benefits and costs are, of each tradeoff.