Google is at fault here. How hard is to make Android be multiuser? This is technology that has been available in Linux since it exists, yet Google decided that each family member is going to have his own device. Now I can't share my tablet with my wife because maybe she can see my appointment to her surprise party.
It's not much, but they solved everything I needed. If you need something in particular, maybe we could get an arrangement though I don't have now the time I used to have and just have a basic comprehension of the code.
As stenvar says, what is there to do? It's been good enough for years.
The ""WHOIS PRAETORIAN" search that shows, if I recall, several invalid IP addresses like "23.75.345.200"
C'mon, are you serious? Are you going to take value out of every film which doesn't use real IP addresses? What about all those films that use 555 phone numbers? What a simple argument.
The trick is simple: alt+space activates the context menu of the current window (just as if you clicked right button on the title bar). The, you have the three most common options just a centimeter from your finger: X to maximize, N to minimize, C to close. Both X and C can be typed with the same hand that has pressed alt+space, so it's quicker than, say, alt+F4. By the way, this three options work exactly the same under Windows, so it's a pretty good habit.
If I need to move a window around, I will never click on the title bar: I will type alt+space+m in 20 miliseconds and then I can move the window just moving the mouse from where it is, without the need to go to the title bar. This also works on Windows.
If I want to send a window to another virtual desktop, it's pretty easy: alt+space+t (for move To), and then the number of the desktop. Want to make a window on top of all the others? alt+window+y (for laYer) and then A (for Above dock) or N for Norma, or maybe B for Below... and all that just with one hand at the speed of light.
Long live to IceWM!
example statistics (HP Proliant ML350 quad-core Xeon CPU 1.86GHz)
* n.directories: ~4800.
* initial scan: ~ 14sec.
* initial notebook upgrade (only once): ~ 13min.
* zim folder total dimension: 37MB.
* maintenance scans: ~ 25sec.
So it seems to me that you wouldn't wait more than a few minutes to get the new structure written on the wiki. Sounds pretty good.
When you're married, what's yours is hers, what's hers is hers, and what's our's is hers.
That sounds pretty much like a deal with the Devil, where everything you owned now belongs to Her Satanic Majesty and you don't own anything at all, neither your own life...
if it's only 900Gb of data or, for the sake of the argument, suppose it really is 9000Gb of data, come on, what could be the cost of hosting 10 terabytes? How much is yahoo saving every year after removing geocities? Something like, I dunno, 100 bucks a year? You can buy 1Tb disk for less than 100$ and will last for a decade. And in a decade you'll have 1000Tb for less than 100$.
Really, I think it's been much more troublesome for yahoo to remove geocities from the net than it would have been keeping it alive.
$ tac --help Usage: tac [OPTION]... [FILE]... Write each FILE to standard output, last line first.