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Accidental Users: I often write software expecting other people will use it and they don't. So it's always a pleasant surprise when someone uses a piece of software I didn't really intend for anyone else to use. The person is Josh Barratt, fellow Alton Brown fan and Minix hacker, who has installed a copy of The Me Software Map, the script I wrote for managing the "here's a list of all the software I've written" page often seen on nerds' websites. This gives me hope for the future.

[Comments] (1) I Can't Believe It's Not Not Software Roundup: Even though I have so much to do and today I shoveled even more on my plate (more about this later), I figured I'd just go through some of the Software Roundup backlog and weed out the ones that turned out to not be interesting. I should have known. I got sucked into the shadowy world of software trying-out and another new Software Roundup was born. Here it is. Now I'm going to turn off the computer, except I need the computer for the stuff I'm supposed to be doing. Dang.

And now the winner. For fear of aspersions being cast upon my Y chromosome, I have no choice but to hand the award to the Real Man's Compiler Collection, that blackmailing constable of social norms. Enjoy this limerick, Real Man's Compiler Collection:



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