> I like a variety of music, Mozart and Vivaldi are good to program to, =
> but most of all I like Clannard, Enya, Loreena McKennitt and Anonymous =
> 4. I read a lot; particularly fantasy and science fiction; my =
> favourite authors are probably Anne McCaffrey and Charles de Lint. I am =
Hey, we have a lot in common there! Starting with your selection of
music, going through your reading preferences to favourite authors,
although I would add Marion Zimmer Bradley and Mercedes Lackey
to the list. :-)
> Since joining this list I have discovered that the ancient Celts are =
> nowhere as interesting to me as the people who are interested in them. =
> It seems to me that if there had been no Celts then many of the people =
> on this list would have had to invent them.
> I have just finished Charles de Lint's book "Dreams and Memories". Is =
> it my imagination or do other people also notice a strong similarity =
> between the leading characters in this novel and some of the more =
> prolific contributors to Celtic-L.
I haven't read "Dreams and Memories" yet (is it new? I'll have to
try to get my hands on an english copy of it!), but I also saw some
similarities to characters in my favourite fantasy-books.
(Which started me wondering again what I'd have to do different to
have such things happening to me...)
> Peter Feeney
> Who wonders if real programmers can have a poetic soul
Do you feel like you have one?