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var pubnub = new PubNub({ publishKey : 'demo', subscribeKey : 'demo' });
function $(id) { return document.getElementById(id); }

Open Source code doesn’t always come in big complex packages. At ProPublica we sometimes share small, simple snippets of using GitHub "Gists." These Gists range from single-byte file delimiters to an entire JavaScript framework for making stepper graphics. They rarely have documentation and don’t even always have names, but they can be super-useful. Here are some we’ve shared over the past few years:

# credit:
# in ipythonrc:
# execfile
def copy(data):
from subprocess import Popen, PIPE
Popen(["xclip", "-selection", "clipboard"], stdin=PIPE).communicate(str(data))
def paste():
btrott / gist:362805
Created Apr 11, 2010
Sample code for using WWW::TypePad::CmdLine
View gist:362805
#!/usr/bin/perl -w
use strict;
use IO::Prompt;
use WWW::TypePad::CmdLine;
my $tp = WWW::TypePad::CmdLine->initialize( requires_auth => 1 );
# Fetch the list of the authenticated user's blogs, then put up a prompt
# asking the user to choose a blog.
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