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A Neighborhood of Infinity: The Three Projections of Doctor Futamura - 0 views

  • The Three Projections of Futamura are a sequence of applications of a programming technique called 'partial evaluation' or 'specialisation', each one more mind-bending than the previous one. But it shouldn't be programmers who have all the fun. So I'm going to try to explain the three projections in a way that non-programmers can maybe understand too.
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    "The Three Projections of Futamura are a sequence of applications of a programming technique called 'partial evaluation' or 'specialisation', each one more mind-bending than the previous one. But it shouldn't be programmers who have all the fun. So I'm going to try to explain the three projections in a way that non-programmers can maybe understand too."
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Official Google Reader Blog: Share anything. Anytime. Anywhere. - 0 views

  • Share anything with a bookmarklet - Just drag this link from the Notes page up to your browser's bookmark bar and click, click, click your way to easy, no-subscription sharing in Reader. You can share any content from any web page, even if the site doesn't have a feed.
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    Share anything with a bookmarklet - Just drag this link from the Notes page up to your browser's bookmark bar and click, click, click your way to easy, no-subscription sharing in Reader. You can share any content from any web page, even if the site doesn't have a feed.
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Semantic Web - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

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Form follows computation - 0 views

  • "Form follows computation" captures a present phenomenon: Methodical overspill of programming is giving rise to a distinct aesthetic sensibility.
  • Meaning shifts as connotations change over time and reading becomes an act of writing if the connotations are purposefully reformulated. Accordingly, deducing meaning from the author's intention is an intentional fallacy [Wimsatt, Beardsley]. Followed to the extreme, context is everything.
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      there is nothing but this in contemproray art...
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Quick Tips on Diigo for Advanced Users - 0 views

shared by marcell mars on 22 Jul 07 - Cached
  • To highlight a body of text, select the text and click Diigo on the toolbar or in the right-click menu. If this page has not been previously bookmarked yet, the system will ask you to bookmark first, so that both the highlight and this page will be bookmarked simultaneously. For any page already bookmarked, highlight will show up instantaneously when you click Diigo.
  • A highlight is only viewable to its owner on the original page, and is NOT viewable to the public on the original page unless there are public Sticky Notes associated with it. (This is designed to reduce graffiti on the original webpage)
  • On the Diigo website, all highlights will be shown as clippings along with the bookmarks.  If a bookmark is public, so will be its associated clippings. (This is designed to maximize information sharing)
  • Use the floating menu over highlight to delete it or to add sticky notes. If the floating menu is disabled (in Options), simply left-click it to add sticky, and right-click to delete it.
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    Just checking of what is being said on Quick Tips on Diigo..
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Boris Groys: Smrt joj dobro pristaje - 0 views

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    Ovo je tekst Borisa Groysa o kojem sam pricao u Lenuciju..... Rado bi vidio neke komentare ;)
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