Shlomi Fish committed dce55fc

[Humour] Fix broken links.

Fix broken links to resources that were formerly on and are now
on . Thanks to someone who reported it to me on

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 <h3 id="Acme::Enc"> Acme::Enc </h3>
 <p><a class="extiw" href="" title="cpan:Acme-Enc">Acme::Enc</a> allows you to encrypt your source code so other&apos;s can&apos;t read it. This really does encrypt your source code, but it&apos;s still trivial to unencrypt it, so don&apos;t use this to protect &quot;valuable&quot; code.
-<h3 id="Acme::EyeDrops"> Acme::EyeDrops </h3>
+<h3 id="Acme::EyeDrops">Acme::EyeDrops</h3>
 <p>Turn your ugly Perl code into beautiful pictures and UML diagrams!
-<h3 id="Acme::Colour"> Acme::Colour </h3>
+<h3 id="Acme::Colour">Acme::Colour</h3>
 <p>Mix colours in Perl! red + yellow = orange!
-<h3 id="Acme::NewMath"> Acme::NewMath </h3>
+<h3 id="Acme::NewMath">Acme::NewMath</h3>
 <p><a class="extiw" href="" title="cpan:Acme-NewMath">Acme::NewMath</a> - Perl extension for escaping the humdrum mathematics that dorks like Pythagoras gave us.
 <p>Reading from the description:
 <h3 id="Acme::HaltingProblem"> Acme::HaltingProblem </h3>
 <p><a class="extiw" href="" title="cpan:Acme-HaltingProblem">Acme::HaltingProblem</a> - easy things should be easy, hard things should be possible, and impossible things should be…possible as well??
-<h2 id="On_this_site..."> On this site...</h2><ul>
-<li><a href="" title="It&apos;s not a Fooware - It&apos;s an Operating System">It&apos;s not a Fooware - It&apos;s an Operating System</a></li>
+<h2 id="On_this_site...">On this site…</h2><ul>
+<li><a href="">It’s not a Fooware - It’s an Operating System</a></li>
-<li><a href="" title="Programs every Programmer has Written">Programs every Programmer has Written</a></li>
+<li><a href="">Programs every Programmer has Written</a></li>
-<h2 id="Perl_Poetry"> Perl Poetry </h2>
+<h2 id="Perl_Poetry">Perl Poetry</h2>
 <p>Perl is such an expressive language that it&apos;s even possible to write poetry in it; as has happened since Larry Wall wrote the <a class="external text" href="" title="">first Perl poem</a> in 1990. A collection of Perl poems can be found <a class="external text" href="" title="">in perlmonks’ poetry section</a>. Here&apos;s a description of <a class="external text" href="" title="">the history of Perl poetry</a>.
 <h2 id="Quotes"> Quotes </h2><ul>