From `man 4 intel` on my Debian box.

Who catches the reference?
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Save time with Awk...

...and give your spreadsheet some vacations after having read that great article by the Free Software Magazine.

freesoftwaremagazine.com/artic

This is what a pool of entropy looks like in the real world.
...
Wait a minute, a "wall" of entropy...

youtu.be/1cUUfMeOijg

A wonderfully clear and accurate article to understand Cryptography and Public Key Infrastructure, by Alex Wood

opensource.com/article/18/5/cr

is great.
I like more and more.

How could it be to use them both at the same time?
blog.bugsnag.com/tmux-and-vim/
by @keeganlow

Right-align text on 80 columns:
sed -E ':a /.{80}/!{s/^/ /;ba}' file

In AWK an action without associated pattern defaults to 1.
So those two commands are the same:

seq 10 | awk '{print}'
seq 10 | awk '1 {print}'

How could I have lived without knowing that?

```
# copy file to the :
xclip -sel c < file
```

In Bash the pseudo-variable RANDOM returns a pseudo-random integer in the [0;32767] range

echo $RANDOM

GNU sed has a nice 'e' modifier for substitutions:
sed 's/.*/date +%F -d &/e' << EOT
now
tomorrow
yesterday
EOT

`ls -lt` will show files ordered by modification date β€” most recent first.

Take a little bit of computer history and a little bit of computer science, mix them together and you have that article introding the fundamental unit of measurement used in computing or electronic engineering.

yesik.it/blog/2018-bit-nibble-

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