Melpa is a Emacs mode repository. If you are not using Melpa on Emacs 24 you are really missing something. Put this in your .emacs file. Restart and run M-x list-packages
I use iTerm and a lot of terminal tabs. Terminal history is something which is important to me, it lets me backtrack my steps. Just add the following code in your .profile
How to access a website with multiple virtual hosts from Arduino Ethernet Shield. The problem is if you have used Arduino Ethernet Shield, then you know that you can connect a IP, But if the IP has multiple virtual hosts, it will only connect to default virtual host. If it is commercial shared VPS, You […]
I spend most time with IRB or Rails/console. These are good settings on which I have settled with over the time. These will allow you to have basic logging and IRB history. Just put these in the ~/.irbrc file (If file doesn’t exist then create one). View the code on Gist.
This is a test for the quote post. If you keep on doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep on getting what you’ve always got. -W. L. Bateman This is really a good step to start with, I am really loving this new twenty eleven theme.
Do you really want to change something in yourself. This is a real nice study. Check this out. Top 10 Mistakes in Behavior Change from Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford
I am sure you have seen the Tata Docomo’s My Song advertisement campaign. So I am exactly saying see how you would like to see Internet.
A dream browser – Mozilla Firefox
Well many times this happens that we want to work with the command prompt. Sometimes we wanna work with many CLI (command line interface). We usually SET the %PATH% variable of system or specific user for this. Things get really worse when we wanna work with more them one version of same Application/Compiler/System. We can’t set the variable as all have similar directory structure and almost same binary/executable names.