The first draft of my Prolog talk is done. Tomorrow I'll see how well people react to it. There's a lot of context mising from the slides (duh) and I fear that it's going to extend past my 45 minute time limit, so I'm hoping that the feedback tomorrow will tell me where I need to pare it down. So far, Schwern and a friend of his have been guinea pigs and have done a great job of letting me know what works and what doesn't. Still, it's frustrating to see such a cool technology get slighted by time constraints. I wish I could have done it better justice.
I also note that I didn't get a reference to Language::Prolog::Yaswi in there. Even though it's much harder to work with, it's far more powerful and deserves a mention.