[ATTACH=RIGHT]16625[/ATTACH][URL="http://flattr.com/"]Flattr[/URL] moved out of beta testing and opened to the public today. The social micropayments platform is intended to allow Internet content providers to collect money for their content in the form of tips, or small payments made to demonstrate approval or enjoyment of the content. With Flattr, users pay a monthly fee. Although there is a minimum of 2 euros, they can make the amount as large as they like. Users can then click a Flattr button on sites to show that they enjoyed the content. The button displays how many people have clicked it in order to make …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]19350[/ATTACH]In the past, the word "JavaScript" usually triggered notions of buttons changing when you float your mouse over them, and images flashing, and silly animations happening in the web browser. Today, however, most programmers recognize that JavaScript is actually much more than that; it's a powerful language that runs in the browser, and it's the foundation of modern web-based applications. And the language itself has some very cool constructs that make it easy to write sophisticated code. People such as myself who use JavaScript extensively appreciate its functional approach to programming. But we often hit a problem when working with …

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