REBOL represents a new domain of computer languages described as context-sensitive.
Compared to programming languages like Java/C++ or scripting languages like PERL/Tcl, REBOL/Core is simpler and more readable.
REBOL/Core is 100% platform and operating system independent, and is available on over 30 platforms.
It is an Internet-native language, directly handling primary Internet protocols such as e-mail, Web and FTP. Typical REBOL applications include Web site building and maintenance, e-commerce, file transfer, list management, newsgroup processing, e-mail filtering and processing, and Web searches. Refer to the site for more information.
Now that your NOOK Color is running Honeycomb, you'll want to install Android Market and get apps. In this episode, we'll show you how to do that using a Mac computer. view it
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