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Dr. Sorin Adam Matei

Virtual Omaha | I Think - 0 views

  • Purdue team recreates D-Day battlefield, launches learning environment where information searches for user
  • Purdue team recreates D-Day battlefield, launches learning environment where information searches for user
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    Purdue team recreates D-Day battlefield, launches learning environment where information searches for user
Graham Perrin

Comments on "Wolfram Alpha - a new kind of Fail" * The Register - 0 views

  • not an attempt to create a google killer
  • model how to link information together at the most basic level
  • it's premature to judge the engine
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  • sort of meant to be provocative and divisive
  • amusing to see how skirt-clutchingly outraged people can get
  • unaware of the irony
  • weep for the state of IT and how it relates to humour
    • Graham Perrin
       
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    Hint: not all articles in The Register should be taken too seriously. Still, it's my favourite read when I want to catch up on things.
Frederik Van Zande

jQuery vs MooTools: Choosing Between Two Great JavaScript Frameworks - 0 views

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    Most people getting started with JavaScript these days are faced with the challenging task of picking a library to use, or at least which one to learn first. If you're working for a company chances are they have already chosen a framework for you, in which case the point is somewhat moot. If this is the case and they've chosen MooTools and you're used to jQuery, then this article might still be of some use to you.
Andrew Long

The TechCrunch 2008 Year in Review - 0 views

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    Techcrunch provides an executive summary of startup action for 2008. Based on their own research data (which you can purchase).
Frederik Van Zande

Agile Ajax: Book review: Advanced Ajax by Lauriat (Part 2 of 2) - 0 views

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    Back in February, I reviewed the first half of Shawn M. Lauriat's "Advanced Ajax: Architecture and Best Practices" (Prentice Hall, 2008, 360p). The first four chapters of Lauriat's book, which focused almost exclusively on client-side technologies, impressed me considerably. But it's taken me several weeks to get through the remainder of the book, and there's one reason why: PHP.
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