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This user enjoys using userboxes in jest, but finds them remarkably accurate as well.[1]

Wikipedic Efforts[edit]

Pages I monitor:

Pages created by me:

Type Title Description Date
Article Inda 2007-3-4
Article Sartorias-deles 2007-3-4
Article Wren's Quest 2007-3-3
Article Wren's War 2007-3-3
Navigation template Template:Sherwood Smith Books 2007-3-4
User page User:AltiusBimm 2007-3-9
Redirect Npc 2007-10-10
Redirect Talley stick (created redirect) 2007-10-17
Redirect Talley sticks (create redirect) 2007-10-17
User page User:AltiusBimm/Userboxes (←Created) 2007-10-18
Article (eventually :P) Wikipedia hierarchy (created) 2007-10-18
Userbox Template:User Metric Pwn (created) 2007-10-19
Redirect Mortar bordge (created this redirect for how I pronounce mortar board) 2007-10-19
Article (eventually :P) Indevan-Dal Algara-Vayir (created redirect until we have enough data to make a page) 2007-11-10
Article (eventually :P) Wren's World (created redirect until we have enough data to make a page) 2007-11-10
Navigation template Template:Sky Angel Channels (Template created since list was recomended removed from main page.) 2007-12-28
Redirect Mutation-selection (created redirect) 2008-3-4
Article A Foreign Policy of Freedom (created article with some preliminary notes and the table of contense and infobox) 2008-3-8
Article A Posse of Princesses (created article, largely based on information from Amazon) 2008-4-8
Article Oiketerion (created page with general facts and headings) 2008-5-21
Article Long Project (created page with examples of how the term describes other examples of this cagetory of epic backstory) 2008-5-21

Contrast it with programming[edit]

I respectfully disagree [with those who say "and/or" is redundant], as it is my understanding that "or" as used in English, rather programming languages, is ambiguous as to whether it is in reference to the exclusive disjunction ("xor") xor the logical disjunction ("or"). The truth tables are significantly different:

p T F T F
q T T F F
or T T T F
xor F T T F
and T F F F

Observe that both "or" and "and" return true when both p and q are true, however "xor" does not. Thus, as I see it, the use of "and/or" is equivalent to "((and) xor (or))", meaning it might be "and", or it might be "or", but not both at the same time, depending on whether all the statements are true ("and") or at least one is true ("or"). So "and/or" is used to emphasize simply that "xor" is not being used. Saying "and/or" would be equivalent to saying "not xor", but that's a rather cryptic usage in English, methinks. In fact, I would go so far as to assert that "and/or" is the only way to say "or" (logical disjunction), because "or" in English is meant to function only as the exclusive disjunction ("xor", in many programming languages). The ambiguity arises simply from the equivalence of spelling in English versus logic. —AltiusBimm (talk) 21:59, 23 February 2009 (UTC)


  1. ^ .^;