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  • Getting timely notices about significant developments is wonderful. But they all seem to assume that everyone knows what the hell the thing is. What. Is. It. Man!?!? (Sure, I guess I could go look, but then what's the point of advertising?)
    The great thing about multitasking is that several things can go wrong at once.
    • Well, one click away from the journal entry is this description:

      PerlySense is a Perl IDE back-end that integrates with editor front-ends, currently Emacs.

      Conveniently navigate and browse the code and documentation of your project and Perl installation.

      Run tests and scripts and syntax check source with easy navigation to errors/warnings/failing tests.

      Highlight syntax errors, warnings and Perl::Critic complaints in the source while editing.
      • Your time must not be worth much.
        The great thing about multitasking is that several things can go wrong at once.
        • ...says the guy who takes the extra time to be a dick to people who give him free stuff. I really don't get this.
          • I think that part of the point of getting such notices is that most people won't click through and when the description isn't there, then they just shrug and move on.
            When you want to get the message out to more people, it helps to put a bit more information up front.