Opening a Door to reminiscence of times past

One of my favourite places in the whole world: Durdle Door, on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. Well actually, the Door itself I can take or leave, although I quite liked being able to catch sunset through it thanks to the fact that I was there on a very spring-like day in January. You can’t […]

Terminal features wishlist: #1: Paste Intercept

A terminal program should have sufficient intelligence to recognise that, when (a) it is at a shell prompt, and (b) the user has just middle-clicked and sent hundreds of lines from the copy-paste buffer hurtling towards the shell prompt, the user may have made a mistake, the user’s mouse inadvertantly striking some object perhaps… and […]