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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I would SO head to DreamWidth to do my Perl stuff if I could afford it (which I can't) or if an invite code fell into my hands.
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    The new Strawberry Perl for Windows has been released! Check http://strawberryperl.com for it.
    • Gimme your email address and I'll shoot an invitation your way.
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      Kirrily "Skud" Robert perl@infotrope.net http://infotrope.net/
      • Well, few things I would like to mention here
        First 25$ a year is not much (The premium account is 40$ a a year but the difference is not that big anyway, so you may save the extra 15$)

        And apparently Dreamwidth seems to be trying to create or attract a community of serious bloggers who are willing to pay for their services.

        So anyway, if you are serious about blogging 25$ doesn't seem that much. And its what will keep them floating!

        Although thinking about a bit more, if you are a serious blogger, you should p

        • Also worth noting that you don't have to keep paying to keep your account. You can pay as little as $3 for one month, then when it expires, you revert to free account status -- you can still use it, but you have fewer icon slots and other features like that. It's perfectly usable in that state, but they limit some of the cost-intensive things you can do. Or you can sign up with an invite code. I have a handful of codes and can get more.
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          Kirrily "Skud" Robert perl@infotrope.net http://infotrope.net/
          • Unfortunately, when your annual income is something like USD $50.00 - $200.00 (no K in there) a year... (and 10% of that is paid as tithing) free stuff/stuff you only pay for once is more of a neccessity.

            I like what DreamWidth is doing, and I'll pay for them if I get any money at all, but I just do not have it right now. (I have GOT to start looking for some telecommute work after my family's garage sale is done this weekend.)

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            The new Strawberry Perl for Windows has been released! Check http://strawberryperl.com for it.