In this video I do my damnedest to show you that they really
aren't anything to be scared of and in fact are pretty simple to wrap your head around. Although I don't tackle every facet of them in the video,
after watching the video you should have enough of an understanding of closures to be able to use them in your own programs and, should you be inclined
to learn more about what is going on under the hood, have enough of a general context to be able to pick up on the more specific details with a fair
amount of ease.
I would recommend watching the video first, and then check out this
Also, feel free to save the infographic to the right if you want. It's an SVG image, so you don't have to worry about image size because it's
infinitely scalable. Also if you are a design savvy person, which clearly I am not, feel free to take the image, edit it, rearrange it, use it on
your own website, whatever. If you have a better design, please email me with it because I would love to have a sexier graphic, but this is about the
height of my design ability.