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We need more programming languages

As if we didn't have enough programming languages, we hear about new ones daily. Grouping code languages into object-oriented, imperative, functional, and declarative, may help in


Understanding The Semantic In Semantic Web

In a previous article I described how, in order to have a true Semantic Web, we would need to have a user action to direct the program. I would like to examine some of the motivations for this point of view.

Practical Example

Is online banking safe?

Just the facts

Online banking continues to be an increasing method of choice for conducting business, purchasing, and paying bills. According to a recent Pew report, fifty-one percent of U.S. adults, or 61% of internet users, bank online. Thirty-two percent of U.S. adults, or 35% of cell phone owners, bank using their mobile phones. The graph below shows  the gradual increase since the year 2000.

Online and mobile banking

The only thing to fear is fear itself

jQuery, Touch, and Hammer

Recently, I found myself confronted with the task of programming a large touch screen and developing a program to display interactive images. The original concept was for the


FLUFF - Forwarding Links Using Factual Facades

Nothing but fluff

FLUFF is often described as something with little substance or importance. In the World of search engines, it can mean a page returned in a search that has little to do with the intended search word or phrase.

web fluff


Linear Encryption Program


Do you carry passwords or sensitive information around on a portable device?

Created by Memphis Web Programming
Claudo-Clam© Linear Encryption Program is a password file protection method that ensures your password file is protected.
Click here to take a look.

Memphis Business Journal

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 14:12
Michelle Corbet
When Paul Morris became president of the Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC), the Chisca Hotel, James Lee House and Tennessee Brewery topped the DMC’s list of “Dirty Dozen." Now look at those buildings. After five years at the helm of the DMC, Morris recently stepped down. As Morris prepares to transition out of his public sector position to work with his family's business, Jack Morris Auto Glass, Memphis Business Journal asked him about the status of the DMC's Dirty Dozen, a list of 12 blighted…

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 13:55
Meagan Nichols
Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken is about to break ground on its new Bartlett restaurant. Currently located in the strip mall at 2965 N. Germantown Road, a 2,800-square-foot freestanding restaurant will be constructed at 2943 Germantown Road. Work is slated to begin Dec. 1. “Many of the newer Gus’s around the country are going into existing buildings, and this is a ground up project,” said Berry Jones of S. Berry Jones Architects, who is handling the architecture work. The current Gus’s…

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 13:09
Ed Arnold
In 2013, the Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC) released a list of 12 properties it hoped to see improved. We decided to take a look at the progress. Click the slideshow to see the updated Dirty Dozen list “We call them the ‘most wanted’ because they’re the most wanted for redevelopment,” DMC president Paul Morris said at the time. Morris is leaving his position at the DMC, and there's no doubt that Downtown has seen incredible progress over his tenure. Though the list at the DMC is a…

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 12:37
Michael Sheffield
Foamcraft Inc. is expanding its Tupelo facility, adding 40 new jobs. The company, which manufactures polyurethane foam products, is investing $1.34 million to increase its 75,000-square-foot facility to 115,000 square feet facility. "As many of our customers have expanded in recent months, so must we,” said Jim Hensley, Foamcraft’s president. “This project will allow us to meet those increased production demands and continue our growth plan put into motion in 2011.” As part of the project,…

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 12:30
Michelle Corbet
Since releasing word of its inaugural flight from Memphis to New Orleans earlier this week, GLO has announced introductory one-way fares of less than $100. GLO is offering an introductory one-way fare of $78.98 — or $99 with taxes and fees — for passengers on all flights in all markets between now and Feb. 1. The limited-time fare is called GLOforIt. “The introductory fare is meant to familiarize passengers with the GLO brand and show them the quality and value of flying GLO,” said Camille…

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