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I use my eyepopslikeamosquito home node to manually maintain a list of links on topics of interest to me. I've found these grow and break into sub-lists organically over time, as my interests broaden and change. To illustrate, these old nodes were edited (with an addition in parentheses made to the node title) long after the original reply was made:

I sometimes find myself updating old nodes with new information ... just the other day I found myself updating this old node with a flurry of imaginative new names for the good old "Baby Cart" secret operator, suggested by the sombrero-wearing sleigh-riding LanX. :)

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Additionally, I enjoy checking out the links of other like-minded Perl monks, such as:

In reply to Re: How do you track nodes/replies of interest? by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread How do you track nodes/replies of interest? by perlfan

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