"When wireless is perfectly applied the whole earth will be converted into a huge brain, which in fact it is, all things being particles of a real and rhythmic whole. We shall be able to communicate with one another instantly, irrespective of distance. Not only this, but through television and telephony we shall see and hear one another as perfectly as though we were face to face, despite intervening distances of thousands of miles; and the instruments through which we shall be able to do his will be amazingly simple compared with our present telephone. A man will be able to carry one in his vest pocket." -Nikola Tesla, 1926
Learned a neat trick today. Easier in Linux versus Microsoft as usual.
Stripping Email from a text file. And outputting to a file.
Heres the command:
grep -o '[[:alnum:]+\.\_\-]*@[[:alnum:]+\.\_\-]*' EMAIL_SAMPLES.TXT | sort | uniq -i > ~/Desktop/output.txt
HERE is the list I had.
Here is my output list
The Senate's action comes three months after a 61-year-old Oregon man was acquitted of taking photos with his mobile phone up the skirt of a 13-year-old girl at a Target store in suburban Portland. Washington County Circuit Court Judge Eric Butterfield said defendant Patrick Buono did not break any Oregon privacy laws when taking the pictures because the girl was clothed and in a public place.
On Monday around 7pm, 37-year-old Colorado Springs resident Lucas Hinch took his Dell XPS 410 out into the alley behind the building where he lives and runs a homeopathic herb store, pulled out his 9mm handgun, and put eight bullets through the PC, in cold blood.
The Dell, it seems, had been causing Hinch trouble in recent months and gave him a blue screen of death for what turned out to be the final time on that fateful evening. It's unclear what version of Windows the computer was running before it met its demise.
According to the local police blotter, Colorado Springs police responded to the sound of the gunshots and ticketed Hinch for discharging his gun within city limits, a misdemeanor offense. Police spokeswoman Catherine Buckley told the Los Angeles Times that Hinch had just purchased a new gun, and when the police arrived on the scene, he told the officers he didn't realize he was breaking the law in discharging his weapon.
Hinch, however, told the Times he has no regrets.
"It was glorious," he said. "Angels sung on high.
"It was premeditated, oh, definitely," he added. "I made sure there wasn't anything behind it and nothing to ricochet."
Hinch told The Smoking Gun that his 9mm was a Hi-Point pistol he bought off Craigslist. The officers confiscated Hinch's gun but left the disabled Dell. Hinch is scheduled for a May 11 court hearing where he could be fined. Police told the Los Angeles Times that jail time is unlikely.
The Colorado Springs Gazette noted that the machine is not expected to recover.