OS X and Linux: Pressing the up and down arrow lets you step through your history in the command line, but sometimes it can take awhile to get your way to the command you want. Jude Robinson, posting on Coder Wall, shares four lines of code that make your search much faster.
With four lines, you’ll be able to type the beginning of the command (e.g. “cd”) and press the up arrow to see the most recent command containing the text you typed (e.g “cd ~/Library”). This makes it much easier to find what you’re looking for. To make this happen, create a text file called .inputrc in your home folder and put the following four lines inside:
set show-all-if-ambiguous on
set completion-ignore-case on
The single most useful thing in bash | Coder Wall
Your average motorist is more used to sharing the road with other vehicles than cyclists. So instead of just relying on your arms to safely signal an upcoming turn, consider these $42 turn signal gloves which let both cyclists and motorists alike know where you’re headed.
Usable with an included set of bike gloves or your own pair once they’ve been enhanced with a bit of velcro, the LEDs are triggered via a thumb-accessible button and can be used to signal a turn, or continuously flash for enhanced nighttime visibility. On a fresh set of batteries they’ll flash for 120 hours straight, so you can safely get to and from work for days on end, or manually flash an SOS distress if you find yourself lost after a ride in the woods.
Same sex marriage is very new…newer than cell phones or the internet.
Supreme Court Justice Alito, according to CBS reporter Jan Crawford
Follow live updates from the Supreme Court hearings on gay marriage (via soupsoup)
I’m being told that Same Sex Marriage was released sometime after iPhone 5 but before Windows 8 and only in select markets where people understand the term equality.
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