It supports a lot of languages and formats, written in java so it runs win/linux/mac.
When I'm not using jEdit I use nano/pico.
While I'm sure that vi/emacs/joe/vim/etc are very nice editors... They aren't as easy to pick up as nano/pico.
I don't need a fancy editor to write a script, code or to edit a config file.
Yeah, unless its impractical to run a wire to where you need it... go for wired.
Wired gives you better speed, reliability and security.
abocos.com"ABOCOS is a peer-to-peer (p2p) client specification designed to facilitate basic services, such as web pages, databases, email, data distribution, and name based addressing with zero reliance on centralized servers. ABOCOS is designed to be faster, more efficient, and more resistant to cheating than bittorrent. It is designed from the ground up to provide security and privacy for users through the integration of encryption, proxying, and intrusion detection features. The data distribution algorithm and a description of the security model have been published on the website. Community review, criticism, and contribution is welcome.
Every cloud has a silver lining; you should have sold it, and bought titanium.