+<title>Sources of This Advice</title>
+This is a short list of the sources from which this advice was taken which
+also contains material for further reading:
+Book "Perl Best Practices"</a> by Damian Conway - contains a lot of good
+advice and food for thought, but sometimes should be deviated from.
+Module Recommendation Commentary"</a> on the Perl 5 Wiki.
+Perl"</a> on the Perl 5 Wiki.
+<a xlink:href="http://modernperlbooks.com/">chromatic's "Modern Perl" Book and
+The book <a xlink:href="http://www.refactoring.com/"><i>Refactoring</i> by Martin
+Fowler</a> - not particularly about Perl, but still useful.
+<a xlink:href="http://pragprog.com/book/tpp/the-pragmatic-programmer"><i>The Pragmatic
+Programmer: From Journeyman to Master</i></a> - also not particularly about
+Perl, and I found it somewhat disappointing, but it is an informative book.
+Advice given by people on <a xlink:href="$(ROOT)/irc/#freenode">Freenode's #perl
+channel</a>, on the Perl Beginners mailing list, and on other Perl forums.