git checkout --orphan gh-pages
git rm .

periodic table
electronegativity, atomic radius,visualbasic.html

endless zips
Biggest image smallest space,,,, $129 $129 ci.GL

x86 vs x64 is silly.  The higher number should refer to the newer version 
not the older version.
Filename characters

If you want Linux to become successful create a way to run Linux seamless 
inside Windows.
These solutions sort of work.
 - Cygwin(apps should easily installable inside of both Windows and Linux)
 - VirtualBox(The framerates are to low)
 - Combine Cygwin and VirtualBox such that they run entirely in RAM 

Smallest C Lisp Interpeter -
Bo Davis
Ric Fulop, Brian Shin, Josh Miller and C.J. Johnson
Ahmed Shuja, Dan Cremons, Dan Shelly, Ford, Beckenbaurer

Do you have to be a genius for maths
A Tale of A Post-modern Genius
How a Genius Think
John Locke | David Hume

Mark Shuttleworth

Students into programming

Professional Programmers
Printf vs echo
The Princeton Companion to Mathematics
What is Mathematicas?  An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods?
JS should support multiline strings and pattern matching.
The perfect shell
 - would distingush between -options values int double & floats
 - would remove all shell shortcuts <,<<,>,|| but |(pipe).
 - would use \ for directories so / can be used for division(Yes I'm sorry)
 - would have built in key value storage for distinguishing for example
 rm -rf --file init.m - would construct {"-rf","--help"->"init.m","-"}
subtraction uses
 - either ~ would be used for subtration or a trailing "-" would have 
   to be quoted like  wget  
 - cd / would be a special case
  rm -rf \file1\fiel2\file3 / echo -e
NSSTring ~stringWithFormat a,b,c
s = "test"
s ~append s2 

It is really quiet funny the shell in a sense supports optional arguments
very few modern languages support optional arguments

In addition no dashes should be allowed so you can do subtraction I think.
English is better then Spanish for programming because you don't have gender
 and article disagreement.

sudo apt-get_$    sudo@apt`get_$[`install,{lib}]
sudo apt-get_$    sudo apt`get$underscore$dollar install lib
#sudo apt-get install; 
echot test
rm -rf *
if( (test=#ls -a;)!=0  ){
  echo test
} Use `` to escape `[` `n` `r` `t` `" `Space Ti`backtick`imes\[[a, Rational[1, -2], "test"] git is cool but IMO it should support easy scrubbing to see how directory structures and unqique files have changed overtime.