Kilobajt

Próbą wyjścia z tej niejednoznaczności jest zaproponowane przez IEC oznaczanie krotności 1024 przez dodanie po znaku mnożnika litery i (jak informatyka) w skrócie (np. KiB zamiast KB) i zmiana nazw krotności przez zastąpienie końcówki przedrostka dziesiętnego na bi (jak binarny). Formalnie przedrostek zapisany skrótem “Ki” powinien więc brzmieć “kibi” dla odróżnienia od “kilo”, zaś “kilobajt” powinien formalnie mieć nazwę “kibibajt” (KiB a nie KB czy kB)

mutt i gmail

set imap_user = “YOUR.NAME@gmail.com
set imap_pass = “YOURPASSWORD”
set smtp_url = “smtp://YOUR.NAME@smtp.gmail.com:587/”
set smtp_pass = “YOURPASSWORD”
set from = “YOUR.NAME@gmail.com
set realname = “Your Real Name”

set folder = “imaps://imap.gmail.com:993”
set spoolfile = “+INBOX”
set imap_check_subscribed
set hostname = gmail.com
set mail_check = 120
set timeout = 300
set imap_keepalive = 300
set postponed = “+[GMail]/Drafts”
set header_cache=~/.mutt/cache/headers
set message_cachedir=~/.mutt/cache/bodies
set certificate_file=~/.mutt/certificates
set move = no
set include
set sort = ‘threads’
set sort_aux = ‘reverse-last-date-received’
set auto_tag = yes
ignore “Authentication-Results:”
ignore “DomainKey-Signature:”
ignore “DKIM-Signature:”
hdr_order Date From To Cc
alternative_order text/plain text/html *
auto_view text/html
bind editor complete-query
bind editor ^T complete
bind editor noop

We Are Morons: a quick look at the Win2k source

In the struggle to meet deadlines, I think pretty much all programmers have put
in comments they might later regret, including swearwords and acerbic comments
about other code or requirements. Also, any conscientious coder will put in
prominent comments warning others about the trickier parts of the code. Comments
like “UGLY TERRIBLE HACK” tend to indicate good code rather than bad: in bad code
ugly terrible hacks are considered par for the course. It would therefore be both hypocritical
and meaningless to go through the comments looking for embarrassments. But also
fun, so let’s go.