I hadn't really heard of Sin City before, but after having had the chance to see the trailer for the film adaptation, can I just say:
1. wow; and
The Times ran a suite of stories today on research suggesting a link between over-enthusiastic housekeepers keeping their immediate surroundings a little too clean and perhaps applying a little too much zeal with household cleaning 'chemicals' and the increasing prevalance of asthma. Times reporter Anna Patty diligently filed a story concerning a young boy with asthma and his mother, Shelley:
Although the cause of asthma is unknown, Mrs Cohen-Morgan believes that weather changes trigger Joshua’s asthma attacks. She also suspects that household chemicals and pollution bring on attacks, and is vigilant in keeping her home free of household cleaners and dust.
“Everything I buy is organic. I stay clear of anything with chemicals in it,” she said. “I don’t use polish, air fresheners or household chemicals. Joshua doesn’t need to be inhaling any aerosol-based products.”
The title of the story was, obviously 'I don't use anything with chemicals in it'.
I hope she doesn't know her son was born with chemicals in him already!
Everyone else has probably already blogged the BT survey headlined by the BBC as "Millions to miss out on the net", that 40% of the UK's population will be "without internet access at home" in 2025.
I guess they'll all have 2G+ mobile phones, though, so it's all good.
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HTML::Mason installs fine. Apache::TestMM isn't:
Is it OK to install relative to Apache2/? [y] n
The answer is 'No' => aborting...
To build mod_perl 2 either add MP_INST_APACHE2=1 Makefile.PL option or first remove mod_perl 1.26 files, including
Doing cpan -i Apache::TestMM seems to want to install mod_perl 2, which makes the whole thing very upset about mod_perl 1.x being around, and then even more confused about the lack of Apache 2. Which is weird, because this is a vanilla 10.3 install, and I can't find anyone else who's had this problem.