>I do not think a person of Narue's status and popularity
>needs to make more than one account at daniweb .
In the contrary, that's precisely why second accounts are often used. A high profile member may want to participate without being quite so high profile all the time. I do have a second account that I created for that purpose (albeit largely unused these days). The IRC regulars know what it is because that's where I started using the name.
>that Narue is an admitted covert alias user, only increases
>the evidence against her and "mister" Gunn.
Showing up and suddenly becoming high profile doesn't exactly accomplish the goal of a low profile alias... :icon_rolleyes:
I happen to have a good memory for odd things, so, in the interest of holiday fun, allow me to add another log onto this conspiracy fire. Clever use of the Wayback Machine netted me this pseudo-confession: "I also enjoy studying interpersonal relations among online personalities, which is probably why I like to chat and spend so much time on forums. I experiment with various perspectives and try new things when interacting with others. As such, for each forum I visit, I tend to have a wildly different personality, which seems strange at first."
>What makes you think Narue is female?
Indeed. It's all well and good to take someone at their word online, there are a lot of liars out there. I could be one of them. ;)
>Don't make me rethink my entire worldview.
Try this one for size: I'm a pimply faced teenage dude who gets bullied at school, Tom is a recovering Kathy Sierra, jephtha is when I get drunk on my parent's booze (when they're not home, because I'd get in trouble), and Dani is Al Gore.
Yet another latchkey kid gone terribly wrong. At least you've learned to write quality code in the process. To "bolster" my claim of you being older I wanted to find the poster who accused you of being middle-aged and bitter but I can't locate the post. Argh.
Dani is Al Gore
As long as "she" (Al) doesn't (mis)use the term "Information Superhighway" everything will be ok. She seems to have more personality in the tip of her pinkie than he does in toto. Well played in throwing us off the track, Al.
Schildt is smarter than me too, but he's been criticized relentlessly by a number of people on the ISO standardizing committee. They seem to particularly revile his Annotated C Standard but also are quick to disdain his C: A complete Reference
I have C:ARM somewhere. i never had any problem with it as a generic learning guide/reference, other than it was a bit simplistic and sparse.