Cool! Manish shared his post:
Now a Fitocracy Hero.
Now a Fitocracy Hero.
I have become slightly better at crunches. Earlier I could not even do a single set of 12 reps. Usually single set of 8 reps would make me go crazy.
Now 2 sets of 12 reps doesn’t break down my body. That’s it. Patience and slow slow incremental progress.
New coffee mug
If you’re going to go down, you might as well blame it on an imaginary animal like Twitter did with their infamous Fail Whale. I’ve taken the liberty of creating this animal for you:
Please use it.
Please oh please.
Update: Tumblr used the TumblBeasts! Check it out :D
Angelina Jolie Photographed by Mario Testino for the December Issue of Vogue
So today morning I got my Nokia N900 given to me by @WOMWorldNokia to try it out. When I clicked on the Menu, the icon on which my eyes stuck was “terminal”. Being a Linux enthusiast, this was the first place I am supposed to visit.
When entering the terminal I was greeted by
Busybox v1.10.2 Debian 3:1.10.2
I had always heard that it runs Debian. Here I believed it myself. Now that after Maemo and Moblin merged, MeeGo is taking the RPM way rather than DEB. Bad! Too bad for Debian lovers.
The built-in shell is “Almquist Shell” which is bundled with BusyBox AFAIK.
Next, tried to find out the details of the OS
$uname -aLinux Nokia-N900-02-8 2.6.28-omap1
So it uses Linux kernel version 2.6.28 and used Texas Instrument’s OMAP microprocessor. Last I knew, most of the NSeries phones uses OMAP.
gcc is not available by default, though it can be installed
sudo was available though I didn’t try it out with anything
I ran ‘df’ and all I got was (summerized)
rootfs: (in 1-K blocks)
/dev/mmcblk0p1: (in 1-K blocks)
/dev/mmcblk0p2: (in 1-K blocks)
Using free, I could find the memory
Scientists say that the dinosaur site at Balasinor was accidentally discovered when palaeontologists stumbled upon dinosaur bones and fossils during a regular geological survey of this mineral-rich area in the early 1980s.
The find sent ripples of excitement through neighbouring villages and many residents picked up fossilised eggs, brought them home and worshipped them.