Douglas Crockford explains the new strict mode introduced in the 5th edition of ECMAScript. It is an opt-in mode that repairs or removes some of the language's most problematic features such as: function scoping, implied global variables and global leakage, read-only variable failures, octal defaults and function arguments.
Christian Heilmann compares the Object Literal to Douglas Crockford's Module pattern and finds that the Module pattern fixes a major problem of the object literal - the difficult choice of using this or fully qualified references to functions in the same block. Christian also covers the improvements in the Module Pattern, like the decluttering of the return block, which makes the resulting a little easier to work with.
A port of Douglas Crockford's command line JSMin in Perl. It removes extraneous whitespace and comments, but does not obfuscate the code.
Douglas Crockford discusses how to create private members and methods, and using privileged methods to bridge the gap between public and private. It also contains the simplest and most understandable definition of closures I've ever seen.