Monthly Archives: December 2009

Dead slug

My slug died. No, not the sort that shrivels up when it comes across salt, but my Linksys NSLU2. As it turns out, the power supply is known to be a bit flaky. Again, dodgy electrolytic capacitors. Who’d have thought … Continue reading

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Haskell, I/O and Monads

I wanted to revisit writing code in Haskell, and in doing so try to understand the I/O model a bit better. I spent quite some time reading texts and tutorials on monads, and discovered that most of them are utterly … Continue reading

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