I've heard geeks recount this sort of thing several times. I found this account interesting. Anyway, geeks are initially shocked that they're dreaming about something other than 3d reality, but when they talk about it they realize it's pretty common and normal. Geek culture is a wonderful thing.
Still this raises so many interesting questions in my sleep-deprived mind. 1) What are people's favorite languages to dream in? If we eliminate perl as being the obvious choice for everyone around here, what is your second most favoirate language to dream in? 2) I like looking at the psychology of these things, so even more interesting to me would be, what languages have caused you nightmares? 3) What languages cause people to be more depressed? It's a good thing I'm not a tenured psychology professor.
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