Gmail is a great email client and it is being let down by a lack of support for web standards. If you have ever developed an HTML email you’ll know that Gmail does not honour standards compliant code and you need to use tables and hacks to get it rendering properly. This isn’t an acceptable situation and the Email Standards Project is lobbying to change things.They have already had success with the Yahoo Mail team. Come on Google - it is time to put your house in order.
Have an update or suggestion for this article? You can edit it here and send me a pull request.
Linux and Unix watch command tutorial with examples
Tutorial on using watch, a UNIX and Linux command for executing a program periodically and showing a fullscreen output. Examples of watching a file download, a network interface come up, and showing the five most CPU intensive processes.
Build your own Vim statusline
Statuslines in Vim are not hard to create. Making your own means one less dependency in your life.
Custom Vim Bindings in tmux 2.4
tmux 2.4 made a significant change to key bindings. Here is how to support custom keybindings for versions before and after tmux 2.4