TL;DR: More random stuff collected and updated throughout the day.
Can you imagine what it would be like to have a personal device that could store all the data you would ever need?
And stored on media that's made for copying?
Dave asks, "What's the best desktop node.js shell?"
Could be an odd question in the age of CPUs in pockets & clouds and the desktop in decline.
I've also tried to say a few things about aerostats and base stations.
node-webkit seems like something I should check out.
- It's like Perl2EXE all over again!
It seems like the sizes of mobile computers are trying to find some Lagrange points where the influences of human hand size and demand for screen real estate balance.
- Yes, I'm trying to talk myself into buying a Nexus 6.
Do we really all want to live in the same big room on the internet?
I've long thought some separation between groups can help things scale socially and tech-wise.
Reddit gets a lot right with subreddits. Kind of a silo, yet avoids a most of the problems.