found fridge poem

my teacher finds the treasure
   in my dream
wakes me up to the stars
   in the trees
swims with me through the woods
the sun comes out
   slowly for me
   in the morning

Book Report: Don't Make Me Think!

Today I finished devouring (honestly, somebody told me my copy looks like it's been through the wars!) Steve Krug's excellent second edition of Don't Make Me Think!.
As an initiate to the world of usability, I have to say that Krug has done an excellent job making the book a fun, easy read, true to its mandate of being quick, digestible, and yes, even usable.

Three striking things about this book occur to me:

Net::SILC Perl API for silc-toolkit

This is an effort to implement a perl-based abstraction layer for the excellent (but unfortunately) C-based silc-toolkit package, ideally producing a functionally equivalent drop-in replacement for Net::IRC.

NB:This project has been in stasis for several years, and I'm posting this code here as an attempt to resurrect this project from certain death on my eternally crashing hard drives (at least we know google will keep a copy.. for awhile)!