I could never figure out how to quit Emacs
bash: emacs: command not found
Apple doesn't need Patch Tuesdays, for the most part.
You won't find CIOs using or stooping to talk about Macs because there is no job security in doing so.
I'm actually really curious how a UX engineer at Red Hat ends up being a hipster.
Guilt by association. It's the kind of lazy thinking that makes Microsoft boosterism so widespread.
I think highly of Jakob Neilsen's opinions on usability, so I was really surprised to find that he likes using the "ribbon" interface on Office 2007. Personally, I hated it as soon as I saw it, and I'm very very glad the IT department at work uses Office 2003 instead
You're so over the top delmoi that I read your words in the voice of Homer Simpson. Look, jealousy ain't pretty. Do a write-up of your setup. I'm sure it's fascinating.
Hollywood, yes. Any other region with highly successful people, not so much. See Porsche is an image car, in Hollywood it doesn't matter if you are actually successful, you have to appear successful. On Capitol Hill you have to appear to have a different kind of success, so you see all sorts of black, conservative luxury cars. The truth is though, if you go to say, the Eastern Shore of Maryland where the truly successful people in DC live, you don't see either Porches or E-class, you see grandpa land yachts, the same as you'd see in Boca or Palm Springs.
if [ -z "$PATH" ]; then PATH=.; fi
/usr/bin/find $PATH \
-name '*.[chSF]' -o \
-name '*.cpp' \
-name '[Mm]ake*' \
| /usr/bin/xargs -0 /usr/bin/grep "$PATTERN"
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