So in my frenzied selfless search for blog tools, in between writing my dissertation, I took a look at Radio Userland. Cool. I think. Yeah, cool, but I think it’s more than it seems. It lets you automatically fetch “headlines” from a list of sites. I chose to look at O’Reilly’s Perl.com, and found a link to an article on the perils of Perl for the unwary, specifically, finding and downloading .CGIs. There’s a nifty checklist of things to watch out for, worth knowing about. Part of the article is a plug for .nms, a SourceForge project, as a source for solid Perl scripts, but it is nonetheless interesting.