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Colorize make, gcc, and diff output
Colorize output of make, gcc/g++ or diff, making it easier to read at a glance. They are not distributed with make, diff or gcc, but are usually available in the repositories.

Disassemble some shell code
This one liner takes the shell code that you can grab off of the web and disassemble it into readable assembly so you can validate the code does what it says, before using it. The shell code in the above example is from http://www.shell-storm.org/shellcode/files/shellcode-623.php You can replace "-s intel" with "-s att" to get AT&T format disassembly.

List programs with open ports and connections

Add a function you've defined to .bashrc
Example: To store the function addfunction after you have defined it: $ addfunction addfunction

Get current stable kernel version string from kernel.org
depends on "jq" This is more reliable in my opinion.

Extract a IRC like chat log out of an Adium xml logfile

diff current vi buffer edits against original file

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

Bulk install
Like 7172, but much easier.

Syntax Highlight your Perl code
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