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Your name backwards

Terminal - Your name backwards
espeak "$USER" --stdout | sox - -t mp3 - reverse | mpg123 -
2010-03-08 02:53:24
User: matthewbauer
Functions: mpg123
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Your name backwards

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Terminal - Alternatives
echo "$USER"|rev | espeak

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What others think

This reverses your name audibly.

It is interesting to try reversing your name graphemically:

espeak "$(echo $USER | rev)" --stdout | sox - -t mp3 - | mpg123 -
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