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tvlinux (867035) writes "The web is becoming more than just a media display, there is more interaction and more special things that need to be done. Right now jquery is the preferred method of very dynamic user interface. There is a W3 standard called XBL2.0. It is the macro language of the html. To me it seems like a great idea, Reusable HTML widgets where each one is a separate object contained with in it self. You can define properties, methods, events, each that is self contained. If the browsers supported XBL2, I can vision a whole ecosystem of new widgets, charts, grids and inputs that people could add to web pages just like any other HTML element. I see less experience developers be able to create fancy websites by just using DOM and not having to learn jquery. My question is WHY is XBL dead? I think a MACRO language for HTML is a good idea.
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"Prepare the decree. Before the end of the modernization and reconstruction prohibits dismissal of workers. Employee can not resign from that company without permission of the head, "- said Alexander Lukashenko ." Link to Original Source top
tvlinux (867035) writes "Skype now has the Microsoft experience when trying to get support. My friend opened their Skype account in China. Now they live in the US. When they try to buy credit Skype always sends them to the China skype website, “tom.com”. To use a US credit card to buy credit at tom.com send you to moneybookers. My Chinese is not that good but just buying credit is not an option on the China Skype web site, tom.com want monthly payments or buy a card. I changed the country to US in the profile, but still it goes to China. I want to write a official “support ticket” but the site goes into recursive H*LL. Almost every third link you need to enter account info again. The FAQ answers questions that have some meaning for problems that are easy but the issue payment to the USA skype.com is not possible. The questions I have are: How do you submit a official support ticket? How you you change from China to the USA as the base contact location? Can you have Chinese language Skype and use the USA as home country? BTW: 64 bit Linux support still sucks." Link to Original Source top
tvlinux (867035) writes "I woke up this morning, and accessed/. I received a "connection reset". After living in China to a few years, I know what that means. Slashdot is being blocked by "Golden Shield". I am in ShenZhen, anybody else being blocked? Slashdot is a great place to keep track of the latest technology advances. Google is some times throttled. Many other technical sites are blocked just because they are on a blog site. Is China cutting it throat learning about new technology?" top
tvlinux writes "Now a cost-effective and field-portable assembly we built a lensless reflection mode microscope based on digital off-axis holography where a beam-splitter is used to interfere a tilted reference wave with the reflected light from the object surface, creating an off-axis hologram of the specimens on a CMOS sensor-chip can detect bacteria in the field. This should save lives in poorer areas and allow for better food safety." Link to Original Source top
Antarctica's Ice Flow Fully Mapped For The First T
tvlinux (867035) writes "I have written a small automated filter that searches spam for return email and sends a email to them. I would like to add a Windows exploit ( PDF,... ) with the reply. ( Here are my details, open PDF ). Once Windows is under my control, analyse their computer for which spam service they are using, their identity, where they are,.... then do a disk format of the machine. I know the legality of this questionable, But who are they going to complain to?" top
jQuery is an example of how to get around this problem, it creates one global object and connects the HTML to that object. Another way is to use JSON. To encode and decode every you use it (slow) and that still does not help with DOM objects.
I have created, a company name MozApps,
that creates remote XUL applications. That is why I want to
Trademark and Register the name Mozapps. The Mozilla Foundation may
oppose this. I have supported Mozilla since 1999-2000 when I ported
Mozilla , Linux, and X into 32M of flash, using CBD (Compressed Block
Device). I 2002 I registered the domains MozApps. I sponsored the
Mozilla 1.0 party in Portland Oregon when it was released. I 2003 I
filed for a patent that uses XUL as the database front end, that
"Mozilla Storage" may infringe upon. I have a company in Oregon,
USA named MozApps Ltd.
tvlinux (867035) writes "Leon Panetta, head of the CIA, has accused former US Vice-President Dick Cheney of concealing an intelligence program from Congress, Senator Dianne Feinstein stated. The program was hidden from congress for 8 years and was discovered June 22 2009." top
tvlinux writes "25 of the most dangerous coding mistakes. The NSA has compiled a list of coding errors that creates insecure software. SAN Institute stated that just 2 of the errors account for 1.2 million security breaches." top
LaughaLot (867035) writes "Myanmar is the country that would not allow humanitarian aid after the cyclone kill thousands. After seeing "booth babes" then now want to show their IT by selecting a Miss IT. I want to see a picture of her standing by the country's Commodore 64." Link to Original Source top
tvlinux (867035) writes "ICANN has voted to allow new top level domains and non English languages for URLs. This give people in non English speaking countries the ability to navigate the internet in their native language. This divides the internet into language areas where there is no common reference. RFC3987 defines Internationalized Resource Identifiers (IRIs) that browsers will need to comply with (which browser will be the first to support this)?" top
tvlinux (867035) writes "Chinese women sue CNN for US$1.3 billion. Two law suits, one in Beijing and one in New York claiming the remarks by commentator Jack Cafferty labeling Chinese "goons and thugs" violated the dignity and reputation of the Chinese people and intentionally or recklessly inflicted emotional distress on the plaintiffs. This sounds like a law suit by someone from America would file. The China are becoming more and more like the US while the US is becoming more like China." Link to Original Source