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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I went across the country (with no other goal than the destination) for a "party" about eight years ago, but I figured it'd be a good time to meet some important contacts for my business at this "party". But yeah, it was fly all day, party all night, fly back the next day. Whee.
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    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
    • However I have the advantage that my party will last longer. I'll be one of a half-dozen people whose trips come in on Friday for the Saturday party. I leave on Sunday. Doable.

      They are kind of business - this is a group that I'd fall back on for help and advice if I ran into problems. And they're all in computing somehow.

      • Ahh, but that's the normal excuse I appease my left-brain (and the IRS) with for every action every day of my small-business-owner life. My right brain knows better!

        I mean, really, could a cruise for something like Oracle developers or dot-net gurus [geekcruises.com] be seriously considered "business" given my narrow training and consulting focus for my company? Not exactly. But I still call it "business", even though most of the time I'm sipping on umbrella drinks by the Lido pool.

        So yes. Left brain said this "party"

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        • Randal L. Schwartz
        • Stonehenge