Type the following on your cmd line (or make into an alias) cat ~/.bash_history | sort | uniq -c | sort -r | head In my case they are (for this week) ls fg svnSync (script I created) stats_fetch; stats_display (other scripts) cd crontab -e ps aux | grep ssh_map_command (another script) python emacs -nw
I often want to see how much bandwidth is consumed by my network interfaces and how this is happening. There’s plenty of tools available in the linux world to monitor your network activity. If you’re a Ubuntu or Debian user you can try the ones I use by installing the following packages. sudo apt-get install […]
I said it in March 4th 2009, Twitter is a company with billion dollar capable business models behind it which is probably monetizing plenty already while making everybody believe they’re not even focusing on it. Today Techcrunch posts how Twitter is closing a New Venture Round at $1 billion valuation.
So maybe you’ve seen this very famous fractal called the Sierpinksi Fractal. A few days ago I heard that you could create this fractal pattern by simply plotting out of a random sequence of mid points of an ever growing set of these mid points. So curiosity added with my apetite for playing with the […]
– All traffic lights would have regressive timers to let drivers know when the light will switch from Green to Red and from Red to Green. No more guessing, and no more honking on people to move their clueless asses. – Traffic lights would have sensors for about a mile before each on every direction, […]