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Perceptions of Perl

Given the active conversation unfolding around the perceptions of Perl, I wanted to follow-up with what was originally part of my previous post on the Perl community's multiple personality problem…

  • Tue Jul 28 19:26:00 2009
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‘A blatant act of political sabotage’

Tomorrow should have been the start of the eagerly anticipated Big Green Gathering…

  • Tue Jul 28 11:34:04 2009
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Good on yer, mate!

Ian Chappell strikes a blow for the dispossessed…

  • Tue Jul 28 06:19:17 2009
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Is the Perl community schizophrenic?

Recently, I've been reading with great interest about the future of Perl, and -- more specifically -- about how the outside sees Perl and how Perl might need a director of marketing…

  • Sun Jul 26 21:52:00 2009
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Confused about the law

People in rural Sierra Leone still don’t understand what constitutes domestic violence or why it’s a crime.…

  • Thu Jul 23 07:51:21 2009
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Earthwise weekly radio

Every programme features a discussion on a topic to do with conservation, environment or peace with justice…

  • Wed Jul 22 17:37:27 2009
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Beyond the pale

Why is the practice of skin lightening still so prevalent around the globe?…

  • Wed Jul 22 10:05:14 2009
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Save Aorangi School Community Day!

The Ministry of Education is thinking about closing my school: Aorangi Primary, so we are hosting a community day where we will demonstrate to the government how important our school is to us and our community.…

  • Tue Jul 21 22:56:26 2009
  • Rank: 100

Blades of glory

Workers are occupying the UK's only wind turbine factory, on the Isle of Wight…

  • Tue Jul 21 07:14:59 2009
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‘Taylor said children were small, swift and smart’

A former child soldier in Freetown refutes Charles Taylor’s testimony at The Hague.…

  • Mon Jul 20 04:39:01 2009
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