Okay, question: What do these keys do (in exactly that order)? Ctrl+t, Ctrl+r, 2, 5, 4, Return Answer (you are not supposed to know this ): It opens up a terminal emulator (Ctrl+t), starts reverse-i-search in bash (Ctrl+r), searchs for the last command with “254″ in it which happens to be “sudo ifconfig eth0 [...]

Mozilla Firefox And 90% of the Internet Users

Yesterday we had to present a web page we created to our course at the BA. My webpage is valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2.0. I chose not to care about “compatibility” with IE, because why should I work around quirk, bugs and broken behaviour of IE? So I assumed I could use something more [...]