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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

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 15:00
Hardee's is getting a very warm reception in Memphis. A warm, charbroiled reception, even. The new Hardee's on Summer Ave. broke the chain's U.S. record for opening week sales. In fact, the store broke the record for opening week sales for all U.S. locations of Hardee's parent company, CKE Restaurants. "We aren't surprised that the new Hardee's restaurant on Summer Avenue had such a strong opening week," said Steve Evans, Senior Vice President of Operations for Hardee's. "Franchisee Nick Shurgot…

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 14:59
Michelle Corbet
United Parcel Service Inc. is flooding European Union regulators with data that supports blocking FedEx Corp.’s acquisition of Netherlands-based parcel delivery company TNT Express. UPS is arguing the $4.8 billion acquisition would lead to insufficient competition in the European market, Bloomberg reports. It is yet to be determined if UPS’ complaints are sour grapes after its own $6.77 billion bid for TNT Express was rejected by the EU in 2013. The EU is expected to deliver a statement of…

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 14:41
Jeff Clabaugh
If you’re buying or refinancing, there is no rush to lock in a rate. Freddie Mac says a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.85 percent in the week ending Thursday, down from 3.86 percent last week. It was the 10th consecutive week 30-year rates have held below 4 percent. A year ago, 30-year mortgages averaged 4.19 percent. “In contrast to the volatility in equity markets, the 10-year Treasury rate — a key driver of mortgage rates — varied just a little more than 10 basis points over…

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 14:40
Dan Bagwell
No NCAA conference can draw a crowd the way that the SEC can, making empty seats a rare sight at many home games in the Southeast. Last year, the SEC set an all-conference record with an average attendance of 77,694 at home and neutral sites. That’s more than 10,000 above the average turnout for the Big Ten in the same year, which declined by more than 3,500 from the previous season. For a closer look at which SEC teams are attracting the biggest crowds, our sister publication the Birmingham…

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 14:32
The world's largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT), laid off 450 employees at its corporate headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas, Friday. More than 18,000 people in Bentonville work for Wal-Mart. According to Arkansas Business, the cuts were across all divisions of the company. These cuts are the largest job cuts in Bentonville since 2009, when the company laid off 800. The last time Wal-Mart cut jobs in Bentonville was in 2010, when it eliminated 300 positions. "Our customers are…

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