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  • Last night, there was an hour or so of rp with the Alpha Institute in Ethereal.

    "When you say it's gonna happen 'now,' well, when exactly do you mean?"

  • Then it might be time to fire up Wireshark (which used to be called Ethereal, covered here for you old schoolers).

  • WireShark (which formerly used to be called Ethereal) gives programmers a view of what's traveling across the network, giving them an opportunity to verify that what's moving across the wire is what's supposed to be moving across the wire, and that what's not supposed to be there (such as sensitive information or passwords in clear text), isn't.

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  • WireShark - Used to be called Ethereal, but it's Wireshark.

  • "Ethereal" is a word that people toss around fairly indiscriminately when describing anything dreamy.

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  • Or check out Ten Thousand Villages, an online Fair Trade Retailer that sells handcrafted items that come with their own story like the Ethereal Beauty Necklace.

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  • Ethereal music rings through the wet air as the Fallen sing to Dante Baptiste. . .

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  • Ethereal tuna-ricotta fritters, lusty meatballs, the aforementioned pasta with chicken livers, and the best "plin" -- a stuffed pasta from Piedmont -- I've had.

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  • So the Archangel Michael manages to stab Satan: the sword Pass'd through him, but th' Ethereal substance clos'd / Not long divisible . . .

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  • Ethereal, sonorous, soulful -- Beach House granted the kind of rare deliverance whose power extends beyond the fleeting relief itself.

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