The history of cornbread in the South. Mainframe terminals available on the public internet. Modeling the propagation of WiFi signals in an apartment to find the perfect router location. Finding all the La Quintas that are close to a Denny's. A step-by-step tour on how to derive the visible spectra from absorption and emission spectra. The complete history of the X Windows color list. Written by a Soviet defector this book gives a great insight into the Soviet leadership's mindset. POSIX forbids using strcpy in signal handlers. Here's how to get around that. Managing coffee orders in the workplace.

Gil's LotD turns 10 today. Thank you to all the readers and all of the contributors/maintainers over the years. I'm proud of this collection and I look forward to seeing another 10 years of great content archived. If you want a trip down memory lane take a look at the Best of LotD! Rejit is a regular expression engine that uses a JIT for code generation. It also makes use of fancy modern CPU tricks like SIMD instructions. The secrets of the universe.

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