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October 25, 2006

The Unicode Character Code Charts

Webdings and similar fonts (eg Wingdings) really shouldn't be used at all. Always use Unicode for this sort of thing.

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October 20, 2006

Javascript OO primer by example

Here is some JavaScript code that illlustrates the use of basic object oriented principles through examples.

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October 16, 2006

Repair IE6 on Windows XP SP2

Has Internet Explorer stop opening a new window or following a hyperlink?
See in Internet Explorer FAQ how to fix it!

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October 13, 2006

Developers are from Mars, Programmers are from Venus

From www.hacknot.info:
A modern programmer loves cutting code - and only cutting code. They delight in code the way a writer delights in text. Programmers see their sole function in an organization as being the production of code, and view any task that doesn't involve having their hands on the keyboard as an unwanted distraction. Developers like to code as well, but they see it as being only a part of their job function. They focus more on delivering value than delivering program text, and know that they can't create value without having an awareness of the business context into which they will deploy their application, and the organizational factors that impact upon its success once delivered.
More specifically ...

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October 7, 2006

Welcome to FreeTechBooks

This site lists free online computer science and engineering books and lecture notes, all of which are freely and legally available over the Internet.

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Animator vs. Animation

Spectacular and very funny!

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