October 20, 2004
Monad Video, Part 2Jeffrey Snover continues his Channel 9 Monad discourse with part 2, featuring a real live Monad demo.
For those of you following along at home, that last command he typed, to determine the top ten linked-to modules on your currently running system, was (with aliases removed):
get-process | pick-object processname -expand modules | group-object modulename | sort-object count | pick-tail | format-table count,name
On a vaguely-related note, I stopped by Scoble's office to pick up a Channel 9 Guy to take to Legoland this weekend, so I can take a picture of the li'l foam dude there. Scoble also had some snazzy Channel 9 t-shirts.
The temptation to take two Channel 9 guys, put one upside down, smoosh them together, and call them the "Channel 69 Guys" (picture it in your mind, the upside-down 9 becomes a 6...), is almost too great.
Posted by AdamBa at October 20, 2004 03:02 PM
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Wow impressive, Monad shaping up, bash-like...finally a decent shell in Windows.
Hooked on Take Command (4NT) however, should of had a better shell years upon years ago. But glad now, at least.
And heh per Channel 69, I actually thought of that too, but didn't have nerve to publicly say such, but Scobie can verify. btw, great blog, just been getting tired of all the loopback on most blogs of late. :)
Posted by: Christopher Coulter at October 24, 2004 07:38 AM
Thanks. Having 2 Channel 9 Guys standing next to each other on my office bookshelf also reminds me, for some reason, of Jeff and Akbar from "Life in Hell". Must play off that meme at some point.
Posted by: Adam Barr at October 24, 2004 07:42 AM