from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The quality of being functional.
- n. A useful function within a computer application or program.
- n. The capacity of a computer program or application to provide a useful function.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The ability to perform a task or function; that set of functions that something is able or equipped to perform.
- n. In United States trademark law, the tendency of a product design to serve a function other than identification of the product, preventing that design from being protected as a trademark.
- n. The presence of a functional group
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of having or being a function.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. capable of serving a purpose well
The Garmin functionality is cool, but I didn't like the actual watch - I've gone for a Suunto T1c, and am enjoying it enough to wear as a regular watch fairly often.
Right now our main functionality is centered around the News Popularity Index and managing channels by reputation.
Let's now remove the label functionality, and build a separate decorator for that.
This functionality is already built into most video drivers, at least into NVIDIA's, ATI's, and Intel's. dark42 koenjicalling
From your description, this functionality is already builtin to Akismet.
Although I can't seem to see the RSS feeds, other functionality is there, like categorized wiki browsing and This Day in History (on the main page).
I would expect this kind of functionality from a large university library!
The fact that their home is on the web, and their data accessed through web APIs and transport layers, just ignores the fact that middle-tier consumer devices are expanding in functionality, and rather than throwing users to the web and saying “here, figure it out” or making their own proprietary locked-in service.
No matter what field you enter when you graduate, with Mathematica you will always have built-in functionality that covers a world of subjects (just take a look at the Wolfram Demonstrations Project).
The Forums stay the same, although the layout has changed the same functionality is still the same along with all the posts and PMs etc..