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Title Read: Slashdot: BASIC Computer Language Turns 40

Chacham (981) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 2

Slashdot story BASIC Computer Language Turns 40 has a title read. The story gives no indication of what the story is, especially with the date. The *entire* story is in the title.

Taco is moving from useful geek to middle-aged suit.

Slashdot story BASIC Computer Language Turns 40 has a title read. The story gives no indication of what the story is, especially with the date. The *entire* story is in the title.

Taco is moving from useful geek to middle-aged suit.

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Practical question: (1)

Planesdragon (210349) | more than 10 years ago | (#9019449)

How do you ever see a /. story without its title?

Re:Practical question: (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 10 years ago | (#9019689)

I read the daily newsletter and skip to the meat of the story. I only read titles when the story is not understandable.
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