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Phillip Smith is a dedicated convener, digital craftsperson, online campaign strategist, and information architect who works tirelessly to build the technology capacity of values-based organizations.

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Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Explore Perl  2010.08.16 19:59  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: TPF News website redesign
How about Perl Simple Comments?  2009.11.26 14:44 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: So I've thrown away my feedback
Perl in YOUR city  2009.10.22 17:59 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Perl Training Australia
Re:Additional thoughts on "branding" Perl  2009.09.28 17:15  1
Additional thoughts on "branding" Perl  2009.09.28 12:00 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Branding Perl
Great presentation  2009.09.24 15:07  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Building Web Mashups with Catalyst
Yep. Looks Mac-ish.  2009.09.22 20:47  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: How I Work - Software Design as a weak Scientific Process
Very helpful summary  2009.08.05 18:35  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: The "Marketing" BOF
Useful  2009.07.30 17:13  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: CPANDB 0.05 - A bunch of new tricks, and pretty graphs!
By any other name...  2009.07.29 10:36  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Mojolicious::Lite
Re:It's about communicating clearly  2009.07.28 20:37  1
Re:It's about communicating clearly  2009.07.28 20:30  1
It's about communicating clearly  2009.07.28 8:00 2 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: So bad at promotion that we don't know what we don't know
Good conversation to be having  2009.07.27 12:25  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Defining the Marketing Problem
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