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Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

get colorful side-by-side diffs of files in svn with vim
This will diff your local version of the file with the latest version in svn. I put this in a shell function like so: $svd() { vimdiff

which process is accessing the CDROM

analyze traffic remotely over ssh w/ wireshark
commandline for mac os x

Remove all .svn folders
With the plus instead of semicolon, find builds the (eg.) rm command like xargs does - invokes as few extra processes as possible.

rsync + find
rsync from source to dest all between >30

Speed up launch of liferea
If you use liferea frequently, you will see obvious speedup after you executed this command.

Delete all empty/blank lines from text file & output to file

In Mac OS X, read the copy area (CMD + V) and convert text to audible speech

seq (argc=2) for FreeBSD


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