I saw the old house on Haskell St. last week for the first time in forver. I could barely pick it out of the other houses on the block, it's so different now.

I also, conincidentially, studied the haskell programming language a bit. I watched some talks that John Goerzen linked to, and I read several chapters of the "Gentle Introduction to Haskell". Which wasn't all that gentle. :-) I should have put off reading it until after the talks and after reading some other introductory examples.

At least I have some motivation to learn haskell. I could never see any reason to bother learning python or ruby, since there's so few compelling differences between them and perl. I had begun to worry that I wasn't learning any new programming languages, so it's nice to have a new dot on this graph of languages I've learned since 1990: graph