One of the classic UNIX commands, developed way back in 1974 by Ken
Thompson, is the Global Regular Expression Print (
grep) command. It's
so ubiquitous in computing that it's frequently used as a verb
(\"grepping through a file\") and, depending on just how geeky your
audience is, it fits nicely i...
Learning is hard work, and nobody likes work. That means no matter how easy it is to learn Bash, the language of the Linux terminal, it still might feel like work to you.
Unless, of course, you learn through gaming.
You wouldn't think there would be many games out there to teach you how to use...
It's fun to use magick in a game like D&D, and it's arguably even more fun to use it in a techno-centric cyberpunk world like Starfinder or Shadowrun, but in the real world anything that looks like magick can be pretty frustrating. That's because magick is something no one can ever hope to understa...