+<div class="entry" id="perl_begin_news_9_July_2002">
+<li class="tags">perl, begin, beginners, perl-begin, learn</li>
+<h1>What’s new on the Perl Beginners’s Site</h1>
+The last update on the news feed for
+<a href="http://perl-begin.org/">The Perl Beginners’s site</a> was almost a
+year ago. While the site continued to improve, I neglected writing a new
+entry until now, so I hope this one will compensate for that.
+So without further ado, here is what is new:
+We now have a page about <a href="http://perl-begin.org/humour/">Perl
+Humour</a>, which was restored from a page in the now offline perl.net.au
+Also originally from that wiki is the <a
+href="http://perl-begin.org/FAQs/freenode-perl/">Freenode’s #perl channel
+Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) List</a>, which is well worth a read.
+Another restored page is
+list of CPAN Wrappers for Distributions</a>.
+We added <a href="http://perl-begin.org/uses/web-automation/">a page</a>
+about web automation in Perl, and <a
+manipulating files and directories</a>.
+<a href="http://perl-begin.org/platforms/windows/">Perl on Windows page</a>
+was enhanced with new links to Strawberry Perl and DWIM Perl.
+We have a new page about
+<a href="http://perl-begin.org/training/">Perl Training Providers</a>, which
+currently only contains a link to <a href="http://perltraining.org/">the Perl
+<a href="http://perl-begin.org/tutorials/bad-elements/">The “Perl
+Elements to Avoid” page</a> contains many new entries.
+<a href="http://perl-begin.org/tutorials/modern-perl/">Our mirror of
+the book <i>Modern Perl</i> by chromatic</a> was updated to its latest
+We hope you find these additions useful or enlightening.