I stumbled across the bashmarks project on Github tonight, and quickly installed it and started using it. It is extremely lightweight, simple, and an effective use of the bash autocomplete framework. It also fits into the category of "I must have wanted to write this 1000 times, but never did, so I'm glad someone else did".
The author's blog page (and project documentation) is at: http://www.huyng.com/projects/bashmarks/
I've just read http://blogs.hbr.org/haque/2012/01/create_a_meaningful_life_throu.html , a great article from Umair Haque on measuring what you are creating with your life. In Summary:
- Does it stand the test of time?
- Does it stand the test of excellence?
- Does it stand the test of you?
So, my trusty Tektronix 475 oscilloscope is dead.
It powers up, the various mode switches toggle the corresponding lamps, etc. but there is no output on the display. No amount of fiddling with the intensity/focus/beam-finder knobs will show any sort of trace on the screen. Something in the internal signal path is dead.
While I am looking to see if it is repairable, I am also asking myself the various questions of how I could replace it. Here's my analysis so far...
This is one of those places that I'm interested in hiking later this year, or whenever. :)
Watch this video
... and if you are interested in a 2-day hike (enjoy overnight camping, cooking over campstove, etc.) let me know so I can put your name on my list of interested people.
Went out for my walk this morning, not sure what to make of the real-estate signage in Redlands.
Along a roughly 1 mile walk, there were at least 15 "For Rent" signs... of businesses. There are numerous places along Redlands Blvd. or State St. where there are small business complexes, and there are currently many small stores, salons, gift shops, etc. which have "closed up shop" now and the space is for rent.