A file describing convention first introduced by JP Software's 4DOS.
Software > Scripting Languages >
A ubiquitous shell. The default for almost all Linux distributions.
Random notes on this software.
I would much rather use the same Zsh environment on Windows and Linux. Having to figure out portability is annoying.
Tips on looking for a rental property.
Customize Linux directory colours by setting
This isn't particularly relevant any more, but I figured I'd make a page for this anyway. See shell-random and go hunting.
Computers, Software >
Platform / Computer / Hardware > Operating System > Operating Environment > Software > Projects (or whatever)
A set of applications which run on a computer's operating system. They allow a person to actually make use of a computer. These applications are the link between the user's desires and fulfillment of those desires, e.g. projects.
This topic is the never-ending quest for a comfortable operating system and suite of software.
It never had a homepage.
An oldschool audio player.
I don't remember anything about it, but I had some rough notes so I'll make this page.
Software > Programming >
Ruby is a true object-oriented programming language renown for its ease for comprehension and maintainability. It can do most of the things other programming languages can do, but the programmer has more fun.
Now at the end of 2016, when I look at my very old notes from 2007 I wonder.. Is Ruby's hayday over?.