Using them to implement private methods.
After a quick peek, this appears to be one of the nicer JS libraries out there.
To listen to later.
Hurray! It appears the IE team are on the right track when it comes to fixes. Here’s hoping they keep going this way.
The difference between the way management do problem solving and the way designers and engineers do it.
Interesting, but don’t forget the salt.
A Java HTTP Server and Servlet Container.
John Cowan on the difference between justified belief and actual knowledge.
Another good reason to have an iPod Photo. Still, it’s strange that the most iconic underground system in the world isn’t there: the London Underground.
That’d be the Information Architecture variety.
The first step–using plain text in emails–is something that I’ve been harping on about for years now. Using plain text rather than HTML for emails isn’t just a matter of taste, but a matter of safety for you and those you correspond with. That goes for everything from personal mail to mailshots sent out by sites. It’s like talking to the wall.
In biology, ring species present an interesting problem for those who seek to divide the living world into discrete species.
Touches on something I find interesting: community currencies. If you find that interesting, also go learn about negative-interest currencies like the worgl schilling.
It’s as if the US government want ICANN taken off their hands…
I didn’t know that ESA ever had a shuttle program. Interesting…