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NewsThe Evolution of Threads and I/O in Windows PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 12:26 
NewsCooperative multitasking using coroutines (in PHP!) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 12:26 
NewsHow to Write your own Minesweeper AI PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 12:25 
NewsHello, JIT World: The Joy of Simple JITs PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 12:25 
News40+ Fantastic Game Development Tutorials From Across the Web PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 12:24 
GeneralRe: 40+ Fantastic Game Development Tutorials From Across the Web Pinmemberpolarboy3-Jan-13 12:12 
NewsTypeScript Templates for Windows 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 11:27 
NewsWhy the Bar Code Will Always Be the Mark of the Beast PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 11:26 
When Joe Woodland dreamed up the bar code in the late 1940s, it looked like a bull’s-eye — a series of concentric circles. But although Woodland went to work for IBM in the early ’50s and helped Big Blue push the UPC into the market, he sold his original bull’s eye patent to another company, and the code IBM settled on looked more like a rectangle — a series of short, parallel lines.... Laurer first realized the code could be construed as some sort of apocalyptic signpost while it was still under development in the early 1970s. His daughter happened to be studying the Book of Revelation, and he couldn’t help but notice that the code harbored a few 6′s — though not the 6′s alleged by the urban legend that’s still bouncing around the internet.
And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice say, "Attention shoppers...."
GeneralRe: Why the Bar Code Will Always Be the Mark of the Beast PinmemberZac Greve3-Jan-13 15:27 
NewsThe 1950s called and wanted their toolbox back PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 11:26 
GeneralRe: The 1950s called and wanted their toolbox back PinmemberPIEBALDconsult2-Jan-13 16:02 
GeneralRe: The 1950s called and wanted their toolbox back Pinmemberjesarg3-Jan-13 4:15 
GeneralRe: The 1950s called and wanted their toolbox back PinmemberPeter Ripley4-Jan-13 12:33 
GeneralRe: The 1950s called and wanted their toolbox back PinprotectorAspDotNetDev4-Jan-13 13:53 
NewsThere is no ARM in Windows RT PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 11:25 
NewsHTML5 Amiga Emulator PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Jan-13 11:25 
NewsProgramming for all: An introduction to writing for computers PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 11:01 
NewsTypeScript Grammar PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 11:00 
NewsIntroduction to AI Programming for Games PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 11:00 
NewsLocating interesting parts of an image PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 10:59 
NewsSomeone Save Us From REST PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 10:59 
NewsConfused by the glut of new databases? Here’s a map for you. PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 9:45 
NewsDoing the two-step (authentication) until the end of time PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 9:45 
NewsTen Tips for New Raspberry Pi Owners PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 9:44 
NewsPutting Expression Studio’s demise in perspective PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Jan-13 9:44 

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