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Hi. I want to try to write a scraper/spider to get blogs about keywords (like Chardoney or Merlot) and then store the results in a database. I am not a good programmer at all and haven't used perl in a long time but it seems that LWP is a good way to do this.
Is this the latest technology for this kind of task?
Thanks.
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