Dart : Structured web programming
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Dart : Structured web programming
Dart is a new class-based programming language for creating structured web applications. Developed with the goals of simplicity, efficiency, and scalability, the Dart language combines powerful new language features with familiar language constructs into a clear, readable syntax.

Great, another attempt on a proprietary programming language from Google. Just what the world needs. Sure hope it will go where Google Go did go.
jCquard: The Do Less, Punch More JavaScript Library
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jCquard: The Do Less, Punch More JavaScript Library
jCquard is a generally useless JavaScript library that you will probably (hopefully?) never need to use — unless you are the nostalgic type, you like to roll with the old-schoolers, or you are convinced that the end is near and soon all we’ll have left are stacks of punch cards with which to rebuild the entirety of our culture.

The Annotated Pratchett File
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The Annotated Pratchett File v9.0
Ever since its creation in 1992, one of the most popular pastimes on the Usenet newsgroup alt.fan.pratchett has been discussing the many jokes, parodies, allusions and references with which Terry Pratchett seasons his work. Since, as Terry once put it, "alt.fan.pratchett as an entity has the attention span of a butterfly on cocaine", it quickly became clear that it would be a good idea to distil some of these discussions into something with a little more persistence and staying power than individual Usenet articles

java2K
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java2K
Java2K is not a deterministic programming language, but a probabilistic one. Even for built-in functions, there is only a certain probability the function will do whatever you intend it to do. All Functions have two different implementations. At runtime, based on a pseudo-RNG, the actual implementation is choosen. This is in line with common physicalist assumptions about the nature of the universe - there is never absolute security, there is always only probability.

Internet Memes
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Internet Memes
A timeline of all major internet memes since the nineties.
Intelligent MIDI Sequencing with Hamster Control
Intelligent MIDI Sequencing with Hamster Control
In culmination, 3 simultaneous voices were produced spanning 3 octaves and 3 rhythmic tiers. Each voice was controlled by two hamsters: one that was responsible for adjusting the rhythmic qualities of the melody and another that modified the note sequence. With all of these elements in combination, an output was produced with very musical qualities.

LWN: Linus on kernel management style
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LWN: Linus on kernel management style
This is a short document describing the preferred (or made up, depending on who you ask) management style for the linux kernel. It's meant to mirror the CodingStyle document to some degree, and mainly written to avoid answering the same (or similar) questions over and over again.

Team management according to Linus. Hilarious.
10 most dangerous toys of all time
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10 most dangerous toys of all time
Radar presents the 10 most dangerous toys of all time, those treasured playthings that drew blood, chewed digits, took out eyes, and, in one case, actually irradiated. To keep things interesting, we excluded BB guns, slingshots, throwing stars, and anything else actually intended to inflict harm. Below, our toy box from hell.

Programming Quotations
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Programming Quotations
If you think your management doesn't know what it's doing or that your organisation turns out low-quality software crap that embarrasses you, then leave.

Edward Yourdon (Rise and Resurrection of the American Programmer)
Monty Python's Silly Walks Generator
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Monty Python's Silly Walks Generator
This utterly useful application allows to design your own walking style