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I run Perl Training Australia [perltraining.com.au].

I help with Melbourne Perl Mongers.

I spend an awful lot of time talking about Perl, and have had my picture in the Australian newspapers with a camel. That's rather scary.

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Monday October 08, 2007
08:16 PM

Melb.pm - Effective Procrastination and Net::Jaiku

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Melbourne Perl Mongers
Melbourne Perl Mongers is meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) night, and both Rick Measham and myself will be presenting.

6:30pm Wednesday 8th August
Editure
Level 8
14 Blackwood St
North Melbourne

Effective Procrastination with HiveMinder
If you're like most people, you've got dozens of things that need doing. Work, shopping, chores, programming, hobbies, tax, holidays, bills, and so on. You may have tried to keep a to-do list, but found it rapidly grew to the point of being unmanageable.

Paul Fenwick will demonstrate the use of the free HiveMinder.com to-do service to both manage tasks and to procrastinate effectively, allowing you to focus only on the tasks that really need to be done. We'll see how to manage tasks via the web, via-email, and how to be really efficient via instant messenger.

To conclude, we'll see how it's possible to add new features to HiveMinder and some tricks and tips for doing so.

Microblogging with Jaiku and Net::Jaiku (Rick Measham)
Net::Jaiku - an introduction to microblogging and lifestreaming, plus a bonus: Using microblogging as a development tool.

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