On Mon, Jul 16, 2007 at 02:46:33PM +0900, SonOfLilit wrote:
> On 7/15/07, Joe Wiltrout <wiltroutja / aol.com> wrote:
> >Tyvm. I will try this imediately. When (If, but most likely I will) make
> >something worth telling people about, I shall tell you right after I
> >tell my friend who codes Java. And thank you for not telling me to go
> >and write hello world! thousands of times. And if there is ever a time
> >when I do make a good game that people would pay to play, or pay to get
> >exclusive features or something like that, you will get everything free.
> >Course that won't be for awhile.
> 
> Hello Joe,
> 
> I wrote this email to your personal address with a CC to ruby-talk
> (just because I felt proud of how polite and helpful my message was
> :P), hoping that you'd read it from your personal email and reply
> directly to me, thus keeping the discussion off-list.
> 
> I'd appreciate it if you would, from now on, do that, since I hate
> spamming the ruby-talk list with discussions unrelated to ruby or it's
> ecosystem.
> 
> I'm VERY glad to hear how much fun you're having with Logo (gives me a
> warm fuzzy feeling).
> 
> I think UCBLogo comes with a manual, but if it doesn't, here is the
> online version:
> http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~bh/usermanual

Mine came with a manual -- both in Debian a couple years ago and in
FreeBSD more recently.

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