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Well they certainly don’t make it easy to do this… everybody hating on ANSI color!

Have to force enable color going in, and going out! boo-urns

watch --color 'ls -lath --color=always'

“Anonymous Pipes! Using diff on multiple command outputs (instead of files).”

I often want to compare two files using the diff command.  But I also want to compare the outputs of multiple command outputs, e.g. two directory listings, grep outputs, or archive contents.  You can accomplish this by using “named pipes”.  Here is a basic example:

diff <(ls dir_a/ | grep -v .svn) <(ls dir_b/ | grep -v .svn)

(Source: How can you diff two pipelines in Bash? - Stack Overflow)

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Windows 8 PCs are here!  Run! Take your kids and just RUN, as fast as you can!  Windows 8 PCs are here!  GO! RUN!!!!!