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Linkage 2008.02.08

Feb 8, 2008

Rat Kings<br/>

Deriving the S-combinator<br/>

Orioles’ bullpen<br/>

Last year at this time, Baltimore was touting the efficiency of the free-agent market and money well spent, but a $40 million investment in four relievers couldn’t save the team from the highest relief ERA in franchise history.

The Liskov Substitution Principle<br/>

Future of XML<br/>

The wheels of progress turn slowly, but turn they do. The crystal ball might be a little hazy, but the outline of XML’s future is becoming clear. The exact time line is a tad uncertain, but where XML is going isn’t. XML’s future lies with the Web, and more specifically with Web publishing.


Moleskine iPod Hack<br/>

Erlang-style concurrency<br/>

In order for concurrency to be useful as a fundamental modelling[sic] paradigm, the programmer must feel that processes are cheap enough you can efficiently create as many processes as the problem calls for.

Mini-DVD screen hack<br/>

What you should know about C<br/>

Clean your MacBook with toothpaste<br/>


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