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September 18, 2008


Paul Clifford

I was a philosophy major who nearly minored in Computer Science only to minor it Lit. I thought that I was the only one that made sense to. BTW, I do church video for a (smallish) megachurch. Funny. I've been meaning to pick up rails or php myself.


Lori Bailey

This is why I like it when you blog. There's nothing like learning more about what's going on in that great brain of yours! I'm grateful and continually inspired by your lifelong pursuit of learning.

Andy Knight

After spending a couple days in Photoshop or InDesign, I crave a little code writing. I think it's having to think through all the multiple ways of solving a single problem that's fun. I've dabbled in Ruby, and I agree that it's a simple language. I wish I'd take more time to learn it.

Then, after a few days of writing code, I need to get back in Photoshop and sketchbooks for design.

Brian Bailey

Paul: Nice to hear from another philosophy major. PHP is great, but I highly recommend Ruby if you're just starting out.

Lori: Thanks, as always!

Andy: Your talent lies in your ability to do both design and development - I'm just trying to do one of those!

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