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Getting the Delicious bookmarks add-on to work with Firefox 16 « The Gamekeeper -
Unified Digital Format Registry (UDFR) -
Unified Digital Format Registry (UDFR) -
SoundProgramming.Net -
The best collection of free synthesizer, sampler, and drum machine manuals. - F. Tim Knight
Digital Library Directory / An Online Directory of the Best Digital Library Resources -
Digital preservation / The National Archives (UK) -
metalab open source metadata framework -
HttpWatch - HttpWatch is an integrated HTTP sniffer for IE and Firefox that provides new insights into how your website loads and performs and exported to .csv and other files and automatic recordings -
Tools and Downloads - Make the Web Faster — Google Developers -
Microsoft VRTA Utility Spotlight: 12 Steps To Faster Web Pages With Visual Round Trip Analyzer -
Maximizing JavaScript and Ajax performance -
web services - REST API http load testing tool - http://www.pylot.org_/
Modern Web Development The Webkit Inspector -
jiffy-web - Google Code - end-to-end real-world web page instrumentation and measurement suite -
System Adjustments / by Brendan Maher -
:: SSRN This invited Essay considers the future of law data and system reform. - F. Tim Knight
Network Entity Relationship Diagrams / by Dale Brearcliffe -
:: SSRN - F. Tim Knight reveals brief roadmap for AppExchange through 2013 -
Balls animation test: Silverlight (JavaScript and CLR) vs DHTML vs Flash (Flex) vs WPF vs Apollo vs Java (Swing) -
Configuration management software | Open source configuration management - CFEngine - Distributed Configuration Management -
Triangulating Judicial Responsiveness: Automated Content Analysis, Judicial Opinions, and the Methodology of Legal Scholarship / by Chad Oldfather, Joseph Bockhorst, Brian Dimmer -
The increasing availability of digital versions of court documents, coupled with increases in the power and sophistication of computational methods of textual analysis, promises to enable both the creation of new avenues of scholarly inquiry and the refinement of old ones. This Article advances that project in three respects. First, it examines the potential for automated content analysis to mitigate one of the methodological problems that afflicts both content analysis and traditional legal scholarship — their acceptance on faith of the proposition that judicial opinions accurately report information about the cases they resolve and courts‘ decisional processes. Because automated methods can quickly process large amounts of text, they allow for assessment of the correspondence between opinions and other documents in the case, thereby providing a window into how closely opinions track the information provided by the litigants. Second, it explores one such novel measure ... :: SSRN - F. Tim Knight
Programming Pig - OFPS - O'Reilly Media -
Carillon Audio computers, power, performance, stability and low noise operation -
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