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Submission + - Should computers have their own websites? (newscientist.com)

stm2 writes: "Writing in a blog post, Stephen Wolfram suggests that ".data" should join the likes of .com, .org and .net as a new top-level domain (TLD) for organisations to share data in a standard from, creating a "data web" that would run in parallel with the ordinary web. Then he ask: "wouldn’t it be nice if there was some standard way to get access to whatever structured data any organization wants to expose?""

Submission + - How to learn data structures? 2

stm2 writes: I have more than 15 years of programming experience with high level languages (mostly VB, PHP, Python) and most things I learned were "on the field" working solving client needs (my major is not in CS) and by self-learning. So I not a newbie but my formal education on this area is not strong (to say the least). I want to learn more on data structures (such as binary trees, composites), from a formal point of view. What book or website do you recommend for this task?

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