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What can you do with Perl? (Well, I'm preaching to the choir, but this is more a publicity/marketing thing...) Make dynamic websites!

Update: code and discussion for my REST-ful framework posted in another thread.

DidYouCry.com

Feedback? Etc.? Let me know...

p.s. - some details:

  • CGI
  • DBI
  • Email::Valid
  • Mail::Mailer
  • HTML::Template
  • home-grown REST-ful framework; I may make a public release from it someday...

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