As heard on IRC, so it must be true:
<Logiztik> http://www.bt.dk/Nyheder.pl?c=left&aid=145797 <--- YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! vindicated at last!!!
(2004-03-13: The link is dead).
It's Italian research into the effect of eating Pizza once a week on cancer. And Pizza is good for your health it seems.
Being Italian research it can't possibly be biased. No way.
I've been hacking most of the time today on my
script. It's just about everything I've ever intended it to be now, very
pretty output, and everything is now linked together far better, even the front page date headings
now point to the permanent link in the archive of the corresponding
mkjournal script itself is getting slightly annoying I
think, it's about 200 lines of code, and Perl does seem to get unwieldy
at some point. In ESRs fine article "Why
Python?" he sets the limit for Perl scripts around 100 lines. I tend
to agree more and more, and I'm probably going to learn Python or
maybe Ruby someday, the latter looking
incredibly sweet. Python just has more momentum as it is now, and it's not
really likely to change.