This recording of a Q&A with Noam Chomsky in 1997 could be a Q&A session done last night about bailouts, corporate wellfare, and the various distractions that they use from keeping us in the dark, like caring about "fiscal responsibility".
Posted on 07 Sep 2012
With our push to share the kernel of your software in reusable C# libraries and build a native experience per platform (iOS, Android, WP7 on phones and WPF/Windows, MonoMac/OSX, Gtk/Linux) one component that is always missing is what about doing a web UI that also shares some of the code.
Until very recently the answer was far from optimal, and included things like: put the kernel on the server and use some .NET stack to ship the HTML to the client.
Today there are two solid choices to run your C# code on the browser and share code between the web and your native UIs.
You can try their Try JSIL page to get a taste of what is possible.
It is a fresh, new compiler and unlik JSIL it is limited to compiling the C# language. Although it is missing some language features, it is actively being developed.
The only downside with Native Client today is that it does not run on iOS or Android.
Posted on 06 Sep 2012