- What I Saw at C.E.S. This Year, Part II – Pogue’s Posts Blog – NYTimes.com – As promised: here are a few goodies I saw at C.E.S. that are worth looking forward to
- Java EE and Flex: A compelling combination, Part 1 – JavaWorld – Adobe Flex is becoming a popular choice for generating the client side of enterprise Java applications. In this first of two articles, Dustin Marx demonstrates how Flex can help you deliver highly interactive user interfaces that access your Java EE application#039;s enterprise logic.
- Tim Sneath : The Bumper List of Windows 7 Secrets – If you’ve downloaded and installed Windows 7 Beta recently, I think you’ll enjoy this list of my thirty favorite secrets. Have fun!
- Adobe LiveCycle takes to the cloud | InfoWorld | News | 2009-01-11 | By Paul Krill – LiveCycle ES is a server-based offering combining data capture, document output, process management, and content services. It draws on PDF, Adobe Reader, and Flash in the creation and distribution of documents. Applications can run in a disconnected mode via the reader.
- Compass – Java Search Engine Framework – Compass is an open source project built on top of Lucene aiming at simplifying the integration of search into any Java application
- JimNeath’s bort at master — GitHub – A base rails app featuring: RESTful Authentication, Will Paginate, Rspec amp;amp; Rspec-rails, Exception Notifier, Asset Packager, Cap Recipe (multi-stage). Put together by Fudge to remove the need for boring project setup.
- Work on Stuff that Matters: First Principles – O’Reilly Radar – That#039;s why a time like this, when the bubble is bursting, is a great time to see how important it is to think about the big picture, and what matters not just to us, but to building a sustainable economy in a sustainable world
- ivan krsti? · code culture » How Porsche hacked the financial system and made a killing – A “short squeeze” sounds inconspicuous enough; you wouldn’t tell it by Bloomberg’s language, but Merckle’s Volkswagen bet lost out to one of the most masterful hacks of the financial system in history.
- pastebud: copy and paste for the iPhone – pastebud enables round-trip copy and paste on your iPhone or iPod Touch, between the two applications that matter the most: Mail and Safari.
- To ban or not to ban: Bisphenol-A in food is OK with FDA but not with some scientists – Columbia Missourian – Professor of biological sciences Frederick vom Saal uses this laboratory in LeFevre Hall on the MU campus to study BPA. For more than a decade, vom Saal has denounced BPA as a toxin and threat to public health.
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