Monthly Archives: November 2005

Web Patterns

Cool article that takes the concept of design patterns and applies it to web development. “….In short, we lack a pattern language for the web. But is our discipline mature enough to develop this vocabulary and language? Only trying to … Continue reading

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Using JavaScript As A Target Language

Another company working with automatically generated JavaScript. Morfik offers ground-breaking Javascript Synthesis Technology (‘JST’) that allows developers to use a visual design environment and a high-level language of their choice to create applications comprising only of HTML and Javascript. This … Continue reading

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Killing Me "Quickly" With Coffee

Death by Caffeine How much of your favorite caffeinated drink would it take to kill you? Take this quick test and find out: You could drink 109.17 cups of Brewed Coffee before croaking

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God Save King Mike

JERILDERIE, Australia (AP) — If Australian forklift operator Mike Hastings is, as genealogists contend, the rightful heir to the British throne, then he really needs to brush up on his tea-making skills. A documentary team from Britain’s Channel Four conducted … Continue reading

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Safari Passes Acid2 Test

“The update also makes Safari the first major browser to pass the Acid2 test. The probe verifies a browser’s compliance with several current internet standards. A quick probe by found that neither of the current versions of Firefox, Internet … Continue reading

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