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January 2006

ETH Oberon home page - modern integrated software environment.

Computer Systems Institute at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. a single-user, multi-tasking system that runs on bare hardware or on top of a host operating system. Oberon - a programming language in the Pascal/Modula tradition.

Publications ~Niklaus Wirth

Programming in Oberon (2004) - A derivative of Programming in Modula-2 (1982) [PDF (334 KB)] Algorithms and Data Structures (1985) (Oberon version: August 2004) [PDF (1'241 KB)]

MSN Sandbox

by 9 others
This is the place to play with new MSN technologies, look at prototypes, and peek behind the scenes at some of our new ideas.

Welcome to Netvibes! - your personalized browser start page,

by 399 others
you can now modify everything: move modules, add new RSS/ATOM feeds, change the parameters for each module, etc. Your modifications are saved in real-time and you'll find your page when you get back on If you want to be able to access your p

December 2005

Google Widget Directory - Google Module Directory (Unofficial) - Learn how to install a Google Homepage Module that is inline.

a directory of Google Homepage Modules. We prefer the name widget as you can probably tell. In the future we plan to expand the directory to be able to handle other plugins from other sites, which is why we use the name widget.

Google Homepage API - Developer Guide

by 3 others
to create modules (mini-applications) that users can add to their Google personalized homepages. The API is designed to be simple enough that anyone can turn his or her web page or application into a module.

November 2005

Ajax Patterns

by 8 others
an Ajax portal and homepage for the upcoming "Ajax Design Patterns" book (O'Reilly), with full text online.

October 2005

~Christopher A. Aillon Home Front

My name is Christopher A. Aillon and I am a hacker. I am a member of the Mozilla community. I have worked for Netscape/AOL, and am currently employed by Red Hat as a member of the Desktop team. I am starting to keep a blog. Feel free to look around. I