Route 66

In my Safari 4.0's log appeared the trace of a cookie just few minutes ago. I wonder who send it to localhost.

Therefore, I cutted and pasted an IP address that appeared in my browser's cookies Log to Google's Search Engine, then I fired up Terminal in my old, but beloved, OS X Machine.

Here there is the traceroute print, for your safety and pleasure.


traceroute to 213.8.137.51 (213.8.137.51), 64 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 undefined-192 (192.168.1.1) 0.665 ms 0.403 ms 0.377 ms
2 undefined-192 (192.168.153.1) 42.095 ms 42.552 ms 41.369 ms
3 145.red-80-58-117.staticip.rima-tde.net (80.58.117.145) 99.092 ms 41.316 ms 41.390 ms
4 so2-0-0-0-grtbcntb1.red.telefonica-wholesale.net (84.16.6.65) 41.901 ms 42.772 ms *
5 so2-1-0-0-grtparix3.red.telefonica-wholesale.net (213.140.36.202) 67.634 ms 59.829 ms 60.897 ms
6 tiscali-7-1-0-0-grtparix3.red.telefonica-wholesale.net (213.140.53.146) 72.404 ms 131.938 ms 68.014 ms
7 xe-7-3-0.fra21.ip.tiscali.net (89.149.185.201) 79.548 ms 128.048 ms 107.145 ms
8 smilecommunications.tenge5-4.br02.frf02.pccwbtn.net (63.218.15.50) 82.827 ms 77.809 ms 82.202 ms
9 80.179.166.70.static.012.net.il (80.179.166.70) 82.075 ms brdr.mr-01-pos3-0.012.net.il (80.179.166.26) 131.243 ms 80.179.166.70.static.012.net.il (80.179.166.70) 83.423 ms
10 ariela02-gig2-3.inter.net.il (192.116.203.26) 186.153 ms 134.421 ms 129.326 ms
11 ariela02-gig2-3.inter.net.il (192.116.203.26) 137.193 ms 213.8.206.49 (213.8.206.49) 129.530 ms 133.507 ms
12 right720-gig1-7.inter.net.il (213.8.9.249) 142.800 ms 213.8.206.49 (213.8.206.49) 135.192 ms right720-gig1-7.inter.net.il (213.8.9.249) 150.645 ms
13 up-gig9-2.inter.net.il (192.117.181.82) 136.004 ms 230.499 ms 205.973 ms
14 * * up-gig9-2.inter.net.il (192.117.181.82) 145.066 ms
15 * * *


Uneeded to say, I am actually posting this from BCN, located in South Europe;as you might have noticed. Your comments are, as always have been, welcome.

Holy Mariah

A new birth on the WW World : http://opendatabasealliance.com

Note from the Editor (2015): this post was about the birth of a MySQL branch named MariaDB. Link now goes to the original press note ( circa 2009 ) .

HTML5, by Ian Hickson

The HTML5 effort started with two main foci: defining the existing language in far more detail than before, for various reasons, and extending the language to better support Web applications, since that is one of the directions the Web is going in and is one of the areas least well served by HTML so far.

This puts HTML in direct competition with other technologies intended for applications deployed over the Web, in particular Flash and Silverlight.

Read the thread here

Note from the editor: Links and content of this posts, written in May of the year 2009, have been revised and updated in the year 2012.

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