Here’s a neat Unix trick you can run from the command line to strip out all lines from a file containing the pattern you specify.
You learn something every day! 🙂
Went off without a hitch!
Here’s some recommended reading:
I compiled a list of issues with Apple’s operating system release, Jaguar. You can find it here.
By the way, I’m surfing the web via Apple’s Airport technology now. It just works, it’s so cool!
On Friday night I took a roadtrip with subcontractor Mike and his wife, Carrie to see Apple Computer’s “100 Minutes Of Jaguar” presentation at Tampa’s Apple Store International Plaza.
The event was taking place at each of Apple’s 35 retail stores, but the Tampa one was special, at least according to Macminute.com:
Mac Design joins “100 Minutes of Jaguar” event in Tampa
August 22 – 15:34 EDT
Mac Design Magazine today announced that Mac users who attend the “100 Minutes of Jaguar” event at Tampa, Florida’s Apple Store will receive a free one-year subscription to Mac Design Magazine when they purchase Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar). The store is also giving away limited copies of Scott Kelby?s book, Macintosh?The Naked Truth. Kelby, Mac Design Magazine’s editor, will also be in attendance to sign his book. “100 Minutes of Jaguar” takes place on August 23 and goes from 10:20 PM to midnight.
Anyway, I spent my 100 Minutes of Jaguar waiting in line! There must have been at least 200 people waiting when we got there at 11pm. Apple Store staffers promised to make sure everyone was served (i.e., got in the store). Yipee. 🙂 But they actually made up for it by giving those folks who were at the end of the line a chance to win a 17″ flatpanel iMac. Suh-weet!
Loot I took home includes a copy of MacDesign Magazine, a Jaguar sticker (woot) and a Jaguar mousepad. Macminute.com reader Jason Ediger posted pictures from the event in Costa Mesa, California.
Oh yeah, I took a video snippet of myself, too [10.2 MB, Quicktime required].