|#! /usr/bin/env ruby|
|# Moves all the files found by the glob into a new directory of the same name|
|# as the file (less its extension). Useful when you have a bunch of examples|
|# in one language and you need to introduce multiple sibling examples to sit|
|# alongside the file|
|# Example usage:|
|# $ ruby folderify.rb "smells/**/*.js"|
juniorplenty: training the back [ franco.jpg ]
My back is a weapon I use to destroy my opponents.
I place my thumbs in the small of my back and begin to spread my lats. It doesn't all come on at once. First I flex them a few times and then begin to let them extend their widest. Each time the audience and the judges think that is all, I flex harder and they come out farther. And just when everyone is gasping with surprise that a human being could
|# uninstall the 162 non-English fonts that Apple installs that clog up Photoshop's font menu.|
|## RUN AT YOUR OWN RISK ##|
|# if this formats your hard drive or deletes your fonts or changes the sex|
|# of your dog, I'm super sorry, but there's nothing I can do.|
Myths Hackers Believe About Names
- People have exactly one "official" full name.
- People have exactly one full name which they go by.
- People have, at this point in time, exactly one canonical full name.
- People have exactly N names, for any value of N.
- People’s names fit within a certain defined amount of space.
- People’s names do not change.
- People’s names are written in ASCII.
- People’s names are written in any single character set.