Thursday, April 1, 2010

April Fool Picks

Cappuccino has solved the JavaScript memory management problem:

Lately, though, we’re beginning to realize that we didn’t quite go far enough. Memory issues have long plagued JavaScript developers. Because the garbage collector is opaque to the developer, and nothing like “finalize” is provided by the language, programmers often find themselves in situations where they are forced to hold on to an object reference for too long (or forever) creating a memory leak.

The Topeka search engine has some new auto suggests.

The Google Web Toolkit can now compile Quake for your browser.

The U.S.A. is leading the charge on transparent governance and on intellectual property.

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