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I wink'd at Ruby-Doc and all I got was this lousy...

Posted by Fri, 28 Oct 2005 01:50:00 GMT

It seemed like just a few minutes ago that I was looking at some documentation on Ruby-Doc. While there… I noticed something rather strange. Something different. I found myself looking directly into the cold eyes of the famous hoodwink.d icon. After about seven insense seconds of confusion, I reminded myself that it was okay. As much as winks frighten me, I really don’t believe that _why is smart enough to figure out how to watch me through those icons. Could he be there? Watching me? Could it happen? Is AJAX going to allow _why to do this?

Could This Be The OTHER SIDE of Hoodwink.d ?

In any event, I believe that I am the first person to post a wink on the RUnit library. I was very assertive when I posted my wink.

Come wink at Ruby-Doc with me!

The opinions expressed in this blog post do not reflect the opinions of other hoodwinkers. _Why, if you’re watching me. Stop it. :-)


Boys from the Hoodwink.d

Posted by Tue, 23 Aug 2005 16:43:00 GMT

hoodwink.d is going to change the world… or at least how we talk about you when you’re not looking. :-)

hint: _why

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