This is so meta I can't take it. Is everything not-iOS defined as "fragmentation"?
And wearing a goatee.
Yes sir, there's nothin' on Earth like a bona fide, genuine, electified six-car monorail. What'd I say?
actually the wire-suspended camera was an innovation of the now-defunct XFL. Check it out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skycam it's about the only thing (other than Tommy Maddox) the NFL picked up from the XFL.
It's not just SSH, it's also a scriptable serial terminal with total control over how fast things get pasted in. You learn to appreciate it when you're deploying a building's worth of switches and you've got your character send delay timed just right.
This and a half. I really, REALLY never noticed they had a Linux version. I suppose I had to be eviscerated by people misreading the rest of my stuff, but hey. Linux SecureCRT, will wonders never cease...
It might sound funny, but in my day to day work?
SecureCRT, SecureFX, Wireshark...then there's Photoshop and all of the games that I buy from Steam and never play because I have kids...
I'm far too set in my ways, and I've never found anything equal to SecureCRT on any other platform.
You're all new here.
You mean one blue bar across the top and an "install Chrome" button on the top right? That ain't spammy. The MSN homepage, now that's spammy.
Did you miss the title of the blog? "five years delayed." The blog posts are 2011, -5, meaning they're from 2006.
Actual report pertaining to first link from Sol 792: http://marsrover.nasa.gov/mission/status_spiritAll_2006.html#sol790
Mod parent up.
I honestly never thought I'd say something positive about Philadelphia, but since moving here I've found one thing:
WMMR. It's online at wmmr.com and they're just awesome. They're a rock station, and recently they've started to play a few more recent bands since Clearchannel killed off the only top 40 rock station in the area a few years ago but still stick mostly to classic rock and hard rock. Their sister station WMGK has more of a classic rock program. All live DJs all the time. Love 'em.
They also have a streaming app for Android and I believe a counterpart for the iPhone. Doesn't matter where you are, you can get WMMR.