> Programmers often mistakenly think of what they do as art.
Programming is
> certainly creative, but it's a actually craft rather than an
art.

Or a theory of gravity intimated by Da Vinci, who was the first to
realize that up and down were the same place.

Although arts and crafts are separated by our phraseology, the
distinction is of degree not difference.

You are probably right, most programmers are probably engineers.
Me, I'm a poet who found a form of  poetry that pays.

(and folks, I am NOT kidding.)

Brad Jensen
elstore.com
LaserVault - twas brillig and the slithey toves did gyre and
gymbale in the wabe, All mimsey were the Bororgroves, and the Mome
raths did outgrabe.

(hope I got that right.)

In Xanadu did Kublai Khan
A stately pleasure dome decree
'Where Alph, the sacred river ran
Through caverns measureless to man
Down to a sunlit sea.

Sunless? Isn't the sea underground? Need to debug this one.....




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