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Tech Briefing: Node and more

Charlie Harvey writes up his August 2013 reading day, which he mainly spent learning about node.js.…

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Promoting projects that are written in Perl

I got a great e-mail from Gabor earlier this week that proposed a simple challenge: Let's not get distracted trying to promote Perl itself, but -- instead -- let's focus on promoting projects written in Perl. One of those projects -- the one I'm most excited about on a day-to-day basis -- is Bricolage, the enterprise-class content management system. Gabor's note -- which asked about the status of the project -- makes me wonder why more folks in the Perl community aren't taking a closer look…

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Avoiding e-mail list data corruption

A few weeks ago, I started a major upgrade to New Internationalist’s broadcast e-mail infrastructure. In the process of the upgrade, I noticed that a small number of e-mail subscriber records had been maliciously injected with arbitrary data (in this case, URLs to some other site). Upon investigating the issue, it occurred to me that many other sites and organizations with larger e-mails list could be susceptible to this type of e-mail data corruption.…

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Managing large e-mail lists: One list to rule them all

Over the past several years, I’ve worked with many organizations and campaigns that have seen their e-mail subscriber lists grow dramatically. As these e-mail lists grow past the thousands of subscribers mark and head into the tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands, new strategies for list management are often required. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Avoiding e-mail list data corruption and – continuing on that theme – I’ll attempt to start documenting some of the approaches…

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Ten things to love (or hate) about Bricolage. Part II.

Okay, here we go -- because you've all been so anxious for it -- the second part of the infamous Ten things to love (or hate) about Bricolage. In this week's post I'll focus on the things that, as a Bricolage implementer (which I'll refer to here as a developer, not to be confused with a Bricolage hacker), you might love (or hate) about Bricolage, the open-source enterprise-class content management system (CMS) that is used at New Internationalist..…

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Internet freedom: For Iran, and for all.

Internet freedom has become a critical component of functional democracies. Global events like the election in Iran highlight the important role that both Internet freedom and press freedom play in maintaining the balance of power between people and politics. Joseph E.…

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Ingenuity, innovation and invention

Africans are leading the way in the business of recycling, says Sokari Ekine.…

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Demo: The Perl ecosystem toolbar

This isn't really a post. But, after a bit of a funny back-and-forth with Adam Kennedy, I thought it would be fun to throw together an example of what a persistent Perl ecosystem toolbar might look like in reality. So, here's a quick demo.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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Rax interview with James Stevens

The best messages are simple, relevant and compelling, be they discussed among friends or on tv news - new technology can help you get organised and make your point!.…

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A top-down look at the redesign

Thanks to all of the excellent and constructive feedback so far, I am today working towards the New Internationalist pages that I am designing being feature complete and ready for sign-off next week. With that in mind, I wanted to share with you a top-down view of all of the pages that I have been working on..…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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