MOTD::Archive::Spring 2015 (16 May 2015)
|Fall 2014 MOTD|
Scientists You Must Know: Intel founder Gordon Moore from ChemHeritage on Vimeo.
[19 April 02015 (we're living in exponential times; 65° at 5:40am) top]
[19 April 02015 (Einstein was born on Pi Day 01879; 65° at 5:32am) top]
[15 March 02015 (Pi Day was yesterday; 65° at 5:12am) top]
[02 March 02015 (Future Day was yesterday; 64° at 3:27am) top]
[15 January 02015 (I'm reading "State of the Future"; 50° at 5:27am) top]
It's a print screen from 1 January 02015 so the hyperlinks are not clickable. And, yes, it does expose some of my tabs.
[03 January 02015 (it's freezing; 32° at 4:45am) top]
This is the 53rd edition of the MOTD. The Fall 2014 MOTD has been added to the MOTD archive.
The MOTD blog was named after the /etc/motd file used on Unix systems. Unix systems are multi-user systems and SysAdmins use the /etc/motd file to communicate messages to users upon log in.
I should let the MOTD die, but I can't. This 17-year-old blog could be deleted using one command-line: rm -rf $motd
The MOTD suffers from a severe case of linkrot (i.e. broken hyperlinks), but from day one the MOTD was considered a WORM (Write Once Read Many) resource. What you read on the MOTD is what I posted and the linkrot provides a picture of just how much the WWW has changed over the last 17 years.
[01 January 02015 (02015 is off to a chilly start; 32° at 6:15am) top]