There’s nothing quite like accessing the console to remind you that you’re a PC gamer. It makes me feel like a man. Except when I press ` accidentally and end up typing something like wwwwdwwwwddwdwdwdwwwdwwwwdws. Now, thanks to the Skyrim Wikia we have a full list of Skyrim console commands, ranging from invincibility to unlimited cash. It’s possible to completely break the game, if you’re into that kind of thing.
May 2002 In the software business there is an ongoing struggle between the pointy-headed academics, and another equally formidable force, the pointy-haired bosses. Everyone knows who the pointy-haired boss is, right? I think most people in the technology world not only recognize this cartoon character, but know the actual person in their company that he is modelled upon. The pointy-haired boss miraculously combines two qualities that are common by themselves, but rarely seen together: (a) he knows nothing whatsoever about technology, and (b) he has very strong opinions about it. Suppose, for example, you need to write a piece of software.
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We launched Google Public DNS in December 2009 to help make the web faster for everyone. Today, we’re no longer an experimental service. We’re the largest public DNS service in the world, handling an average of more than 70 billion requests a day . DNS acts like the phone book of the Internet. If you had to look up hundreds or thousands of phone numbers every day, you’d want a directory that was fast, secure and correct. That’s what Google Public DNS provides for tens of millions of people.
Horror and disgust. Or, more precisely, (horror (and (disgust))). That’s what I felt when I first saw Lisp code. What masochistic idiot could possibly enjoy using such a language?
Dear Lifehacker, Can you help me understand the different file compression formats? It seems like there are a ton out there (zip, gzip, bzip1, tar, rar, 7z, etc.), but what are the differences between them, and which one should I use? Signed , Cinnamonster Dear Cinnamonster, This is a good question, as it seems like every other file you download nowadays is in a different compression format, especially if you use multiple operating systems.
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