4 new tools for scholarly research

Welcome to the second installment of a monthly feature in which I explore how open source software and the open source way are used in the digital humanities. Every month I will take a look at open source tools you can use in your digital humanities research as well as at humanities research projects that are using open source tools today. I will also cover news about transparency and open exchange as well as how the other principles of the open source way being applied to the humanities.read more

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What is a good alternative to wget or curl on Linux

If you often need to access a web server non-interactively in a terminal environment (e.g., download a file from the web, or test REST-ful web service APIs), chances are that wget or curl is your go-to tool. With extensive command-line options, both of these tools can handle a variety of non-interactive web access use cases […]Continue reading…The post What is a good alternative to wget or curl on Linux appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to use custom http headers with wget How to download multiple files with wget How to access VNC remote desktop in web browser How to monitor a Linux server and desktop remotely from web browser How to sniff HTTP traffic from the command line on Linux

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Networking in the cloud is changing

Networking in the cloud is a rapidly changing area as new concepts, technologies, and standards continue to emerge and mature. To learn more about the landscape, we caught up with Valentina Alaria, head of product and solutions marketing for PLUMgrid, a cloud networking provider.read more

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