Argentina was a whaling country, a wolfhound and will now be a “guanaco hunter”. Using bugs and forests to move the human economic wheel is an old idea. Between the eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries, boats loaded with hands, sticks and harpoons descended from the north, towards the southern seas; They came back up with furs and oil. They hunted whales, seals, penguins. Not only hunting is killed industrially. Large-scale fishing does it by fishing.
This is a post for sharing things I like in linux. This can be any feature, usage tip, configuration or piece of software I enjoy. Goal of the post is to share ideas and help others enjoy things you enjoy as well. I like: Zsh It can easily be configured to be as friendly as fish with manjaro-zsh-config or zim. Awesome tab completion, autosuggestion, history substring search, syntax highlighting, autocd… And it’s syntax is compatible with bash, so even complex one liners you might find online work.
Icebergs in Antarctica a sometimes have stripes, formed by layers of snow that react to different conditions. Blue stripes are often created when cracks in the sheet of ice and water that fills and do not freeze as quickly as falling bubbles When an iceberg falls into the sea, a layer of seawater can freeze salted side down. If this is rich in algae, it can form a green stripe.
I do not know any code of behavior, ethics and / or conduct that lacks a section called “conflict of interest”, and it is not chance. If there is a problem that can harm an organization is the personal interest of any of its members over the entity. And when I write “some” they could be several or many. In fact, conflict of interest is one of the most common ethical dilemmas to find and more difficult to eradicate.
Old post of 2009
Free book about ubuntu
Short history of pizza