I voted for 'Magnetic Monopolls' because I figured it just had to be a mis-spelling for Magnetic Monopoles and it would be sooooo cool if Perl Monks proved their existance to the world through some clever use of one of the Quantum modules or something...
Event notification, hands down. Just make sure your design is extensible, the standard PIC has turned out to be a resource bottleneck. Imagine how much faster the site could be with a proper implementation.
I think that polls need to be Spell Checked and properly worded. Fewer Polls compared to Less polls? That makes no sense. Please try and combine like terms and diversify a little bit please, tye . :-)
All respect is due to you for being brave enough to poll though.
Hi! Thanks for inviting me into your home. Oh dear! I can't believe the color of your wall paper. It's soooo tacky. And you know, if you arranged your furniture around so that the couch was against the wall, you'd have a lot more room.... Oh sure, I'd love something to drink... WOW! Look at these paintings. They're almost as bad as those dogs playing poker.... No, I don't really care much for politics... Look at that! I didn't know that people still had record players. They're so much of a hastle compared to CDs and without all the horrible scratches and poping...
Grammatically, "Less Polls" is also correct. There is a distinction between the two options.
From dictionary.com: Usage Note: The traditional rule holds that fewer should be used for things that can be counted (fewer than four players), while less should be used with mass terms for things of measurable extent (less paper; less than a gallon of paint). However, less is used in some constructions where fewer would occur if the traditional rule were being followed. Less than can be used before a plural noun that denotes a measure of time, amount, or distance: less than three weeks; less than $400; less than 50 miles. Less is sometimes used with plural nouns in the expressions no less than (as in No less than 30 of his colleagues signed the letter) and or less (as in Give your reasons in 25 words or less).
If you make something idiot-proof, eventually someone will make a better idiot. I am that better idiot.