- RT @davewiner: Libraries and servers. https://t.co/GAWiMHBkAs 08:40:58, 2016-03-29
- RT @dweinberger: .@PeterSuber's new book: 10 yrs of his writings about #OpenAccess. It is, of course, OA. (Thanks, @MITpress) https://t.co/… 12:25:22, 2016-03-29
- RT @Pogue: “Hello, I’m Shelley Duvall.” “What?” The strangest supercut on YouTube, and goofily hilarious. https://t.co/74AV4Sevjh 12:35:42, 2016-03-29
- CALI Announces its new A2J Project Matching Portal! | CALI Spotlight https://t.co/PwZ5FMyPzg 12:41:28, 2016-03-29
- My Twitter Digest for 03/28/2016 https://t.co/jY9pd8gRbS 15:30:18, 2016-03-29
- New – Change Sets for AWS CloudFormation | AWS Blog https://t.co/NnVZK34FNg 19:40:04, 2016-03-29
Mitchell Hamline recognized for innovation by U.S. News – News and Events – Mitchell Hamline School of Law http://mitchellhamline.edu/news/2016/03/30/mitchell-hamline-recognized-for-innovation-by-u-s-news/
More importantly than bringing the shell over to Windows, developers will now be able to write their .sh Bash scripts on Windows, as well (or use Emacs to edit their code). Microsoft noted that this will work through a new Linux subsystem in Windows 10 that Microsoft worked on with Canonical.
So this if what all those Microsoft folks at Great Wide Open were so damn giddy about a couple of weeks ago. I must say I’m dumbfounded. Bash will roll out in a Windows 10 update this summer, sooner if you’re part of the Insider program.
firehol/netdata: Real-time performance monitoring, done right! https://github.com/firehol/netdata