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stitcheddos.jpga hand-stitched version of the 'tracert' DOS command, which is normally used to trace the specific network points that join one computer with another computer on the Internet network. the electronic tracert journey is determined by IP addresses of destinations, & how many milliseconds it takes to reach them. for those appreciating the art of data visualization stitching, see also lorenz manifold or other clothing-based examples. [endfile.com]

5 COMMENTS

How wonderful!
The 21st century equivalent of the 18th century's "Home Sweet Home"

Wed 12 Oct 2005 at 12:42 AM
David Oster

Ug.. tracert was never a DOS command. DOS never really had a TCPIP stack. Windows had one but it was horrible.

Tracert really hit the world in Windows 95 if I remember correctly. Windows NT also had tracert.

At the core though tracert was just a rip off of the glorious UNIX traceroute command since windows was lame enough to only support 8.3 filenames.

Kevin

Wed 12 Oct 2005 at 7:07 AM

That would be "127.0.0.1 sweet 127.0.0.1" ...

Thu 13 Oct 2005 at 6:12 AM
Anonymous Coward

127.0.0.1 is localhost

~ sweet ~ would be more accurate

Sun 23 Oct 2005 at 5:58 AM
Dave Smith

Where can my sad friend (Phil) buy one of these ??

Wed 26 Oct 2005 at 7:10 PM
Ken H
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