command history

All the top programming-blog people are doing this. Why not small-town pastors, too?

  90 cd
  77 l
  57 mv
  42 llr
  29 ll
  25 rm
  18 open
  16 clear
  14 cp
  11 cat

Clearly, the thing I do most is look around: l is an alias for ls, ll for ls -l, and llr for ls -ltr. As a result, I don’t care how bad the finder is, most of the time.

A cool tool? open. I’d like to have something like that on Linux.

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