Browse Source

pipe.gif

pull/1/head
Brennen Bearnes 8 years ago
parent
commit
65c21e5080
3 changed files with 2 additions and 46 deletions
  1. BIN
      images/pipe.gif
  2. +1
    -43
      index.html
  3. +1
    -3
      literary_environment/index.md

BIN
images/pipe.gif View File

Before After
Width: 240  |  Height: 346  |  Size: 4.1 KiB

+ 1
- 43
index.html View File

@ -89,7 +89,6 @@ not license it under more restrictive terms than that.</p>
</li>
<li><a href="#version-control">7. version control</a></li>
<li><a href="#further-reading">8. further reading</a></li>
<li><a href="#notes">notes</a></li>
</ul>
</div></p>
@ -435,7 +434,7 @@ called a &ldquo;pipe&rdquo;, and probably found on your backslash key, is tellin
shell that instead of printing the output of <code>sort colors</code> right to your
terminal, it should send it to <code>uniq -i -c</code>.</p>
<p>{mario.gif}</p>
<p style="text-align:center;"> <img src="images/pipe.gif"></p>
<p>Pipes are some of the most important magic in the shell. When the people who
built Unix in the first place give interviews about the stuff they remember
@ -2434,47 +2433,6 @@ the changes you&rsquo;re making at any given time is astonishingly useful.</p>
</ul>
<hr />
<h1><a name=notes href=#notes>#</a> notes</h1>
<p>For now, this section is a catch-all for things that don&rsquo;t quite fit anywhere
else, but might become end-notes, sidebars, or some other kind of marginalia.</p>
<p style="text-align:center;"> *</p>
<p>I just ran <code>dict model</code>. It&rsquo;s a word with many fascinating definitions, but my
favorite of the bunch is probably this bit of ridiculous, eye-glazing
prolixity:</p>
<pre><code> 9. An abstract and often simplified conceptual representation
of the workings of a system of objects in the real world,
which often includes mathematical or logical objects and
relations representing the objects and relations in the
real-world system, and constructed for the purpose of
explaining the workings of the system or predicting its
behavior under hypothetical conditions; as, the
administration's model of the United States economy
predicts budget surpluses for the next fifteen years;
different models of the universe assume different values
for the cosmological constant; models of proton structure
have grown progressively more complex in the past century.
[PJC]
</code></pre>
<p>This one is also pretty good:</p>
<pre><code>From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (26 July 2010) [foldoc]:
1. &lt;simulation&gt; A description of observed or predicted
behaviour of some system, simplified by ignoring certain
details. Models allow complex {systems}, both existent and
merely specified, to be understood and their behaviour
predicted. A model may give incorrect descriptions and
predictions for situations outside the realm of its intended
use. A model may be used as the basis for {simulation}.
</code></pre>
<hr />
</body>
</html>

+ 1
- 3
literary_environment/index.md View File

@ -318,7 +318,7 @@ called a "pipe", and probably found on your backslash key, is telling your
shell that instead of printing the output of `sort colors` right to your
terminal, it should send it to `uniq -i -c`.
{mario.gif}
-> <img src="images/pipe.gif"> <-
Pipes are some of the most important magic in the shell. When the people who
built Unix in the first place give interviews about the stuff they remember
@ -514,8 +514,6 @@ anything on a computer is going to use Google and Wikipedia, and the answer to
questions like "what does this word mean" or "what day did Easter fall on in
1992" is readily available to all of us.
{lmgtfy.gif}
That said, not everything has to live on the web all the time. Sometimes you
know that if you jump over to your browser you're going to wind up lost in a
forest of cat GIFs and drama-laden social network updates. Sometimes you're


Loading…
Cancel
Save