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atom syndication format The current version of the Atom syndication format is IETF project, issued on August 11, 2005. It was approved as an offered standard in December 2005, as RFC 4287 protocol. It solves the same tasks as RSS, but was created later and took into account many of its shortcomings. The format is described in RFC 4287 and is now actively supported by Google in many of its projects. Currently majority of leading scientific centers are developing support of MIME application/atom+xml format. atom syndication format
Introduction to Functional Programming (1996/7) John Harrison This year's (1997/8) course is here. The present page has more material. Computer Science Tripos, Part II (General) and Diploma in Computer Science Twelve lectures, beginning on Fri 16th Jan 1997, ending on Tue 11th Feb 1997 Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 12:00 in the Hopkinson Lecture Room Introduction to Functional Programming (1996/7)

I Will Knot!

This is a site about knots: how to tie them, how to appreciate their beauty. Even the seriously knot-challenged among us can learn to tie many useful and popular knots by following along with the short, step-by-step instructional video clips on this site. Before you begin, here are a couple quick knot-tying tips to keep in mind: Get youself some nice, thick rope -- don't learn with string! String is extremely hard to control, and your knots will be so small that you won't be able to see what is going on. About 4 feet of 1/4 to 1/2-inch thick nylon rope will do nicely for learning purposes. I Will Knot!

Javascript Closures

Introduction Closure A "closure" is an expression (typically a function) that can have free variables together with an environment that binds those variables (that "closes" the expression). Closures are one of the most powerful features of ECMAScript (javascript) but they cannot be property exploited without understanding them. They are, however, relatively easy to create, even accidentally, and their creation has potentially harmful consequences, particularly in some relatively common web browser environments. To avoid accidentally encountering the drawbacks and to take advantage of the benefits they offer it is necessary to understand their mechanism. This depends heavily on the role of scope chains in identifier resolution and so on the resolution of property names on objects. Javascript Closures