Firefox developer Mozilla has claimed its decision to reinvent the command line to make mashups easier has received an overwhelming response from developers. Mozilla Labs last week released an experimental plug-in called Ubiquity, which lets users call up a command line entry box and type in commands to carry out additional …
Knights of the Opera ...... are Temporal Beings. Comforts and Consorts to Troubled Breasts*
"For some functions, command line interfaces can be more efficient and with simple examples, it is easy enough to remember the few commands required and how they work. But if - as seems likely - the command set runs to hundreds or even thousands, the method of presenting them to users becomes critical; and rather than simplifying the mashup process, it will make it more complex."
In such cases then would it be better to Share command lines with Competent In-House Coders so that Future Programmers can Concentrate on Derivative Continuity Commendations for Cyber Control of Reality Levers/Command and Control Protocols/Keys and Triggers.
Thus are Accountabilities and Responsibilities Shared with Establishment Action/HyperRadioProActivity Required for Future Needs and Feeds Generation .... the NXXXXT Step and AI Quantum Communications Leap into the Virtual Reality Realms of Dreams dDelivered and Nightmares Vanquished.
* And Wwwise beyond Years in Ancient WAIs.
> Users can call up the command line - much beloved by retro geeks
retro geeks? RETRO GEEKS?
Holy fartin' Mary ... Actually understanding how an OS and hardware interact is now considered RETRO?
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