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1) Translator: Also in Language-Tools-Translator

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2) Translator:

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3) Word of the day: One new word everyday with meaning and usage

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4) Poems: Small anthology

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5) Daniel Berlinger's Frontier Site:

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6) dmoz.org: Frontier: -nothing more to say-

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7) Free Translation: Free Translation from german to english & vice versa & more.

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8) Word a day:

1) Guttun Tag ->Good day

2) Tourist Information-> Das Fremdenverkehrsbuero Oder Die 
Auskunftsstelle

3)Beverage-> das getraank

4)Hospital ->das Krankenhaus

5)Ocean ->der Ozean

6)Do you have -> Haben sie

7)Vegetarian -> vegetarisch






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9) The Standard: Get With The Program: Curl just might revolutionize the way Web sites are made. Who thinks so? Tim Berners-Lee. The Software Development Forum audience in the Palo Alto, Calif., community center was one tough crowd. Before attempting to sell the hard-core programmers on his groundbreaking Curl software, Brent Young made sure his company's pedigree was high in his PowerPoint display. There on the second slide, listed as a founder, was "Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web." "HTML is good for what it does. Java is good for what it does," Young declared. "What the Web needs is a merger of the two." Curl, he claimed, will deliver everything these ubiquitous Internet languages offer and more.

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10) Fluency - Foreign Language Learning - What is fluency?: One of the questions* that I get asked all the time is How long will it take me to speak French fluently? Unfortunately, the answer to this question is difficult for several reasons: There's no universal definition of fluency Every person has a different language-learning potential It depends a great deal on where and how one studies * Wondering what the other questions are? Read my FAQ. This article is an attempt to provide you with some information about these issues - the what, when, where, and how of fluency - so that you can determine your own "fluency potential." :-)

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11) Scrollbar: a manila style discussion group !: Dave : Jeff Kandt built a clone of Manila's discussion group in Zope.

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12) O\'Reilly Network: Why Michael Schwern is not a Java programmer [July 20, 2001]: I recently had the pleasure (?) of teaching Perl to a 14-year-old. I started with ``Hello, World'' ('This is how you print something and run a program'), moved onto conditional logic ('This is how you print something if something else happens') and then to loops ('This is how you print something a bunch of times'), etc. Each lesson contained only one or two new concepts. Each concept produced a concrete result. Each new lesson built off the last. All with a minimum of hand-waving. Nit picking? Possibly, but it is a symptom of deeper problems. To do anything in Java, even simple things, you've got to roll out all these conceptual cannons. You can't do one-liners in Java (assuming a sufficiently short line). The upshot of that is if you know Java you'll have to learn another language for quick tasks. For some, this isn't a problem, but I'm lazy. I like having one language which handles the vast majority of my daily tasks.

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13) Matt Neuburg\'s Home Page: Matt : You're working way too hard. :-)

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14) German For Beginners: Common Greetings and Courtesies

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15) Exploiting Common Vulnerabilities in PHP Applications:

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16) PHP: More info. in this site

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17) WebDAV filewriter for Frontier : Jim : 'It's a shame (from my POV, probably not theirs) that UserLand diverged off their ContentServer path (which I think is the best CMS tool they ever made) when they decided to focus on writing and weblogging tools instead of sophisticated CMSs.'

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18) w3future.com - article - higher order programming: Higher Order Programming is the ability to use functions as values. So you can pass functions as arguments to other functions and functions can be the return value of other functions. This style of programming is mostly used in functional programming, but it can also be very useful in 'regular' object oriented programming. A good example of this is the Ruby Scripting Language, which combines all the advantages of pure object oriented programming and higher order programming. Sadly, Ruby is not supported by any browser, so it cannot be used for websites. We are lucky however that Javascript is available in every browser, and that Javascript is so flexible that it can be extended to make higher order programming a helpful tool in scripting webpages.

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19) The PHP Resource Index: scripts...

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20) MySQL | Articles | Building a Database-Driven Web Site Using PHP and MySQL: In this 10-part weekly series of articles, I'll provide a hands-on look at what's involved in building a database- driven Web site. We'll be using two new tools for this: the PHP scripting language and the MySQL relational database. If your Web host provides PHP/MySQL support, you're in great shape. If not, we'll be looking at the set-up procedures under Unix and Windows, so don't sweat it.

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21) Langenscheidt Homepage - English: good site

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22) PHPBuilder: very useful

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23) Developer Shed: very useful

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24) Brent Simmons: Brent has a useful tips page and the first tip is "Always look at prior art"

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