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Added subsections to the Unix Principle

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Kenneth John Odle 1 year ago
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\author{Kenneth John Odle}
\title{{\Huge the codex}\\{\footnotesize Life with Linux — A Zine\\Typeset in \LaTeX}}
\date{2021\\ August}
\date{2021\\ 2 September}
\begin{document}
\maketitle
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(Also, I'm not picking on the Home Shopping Network\footnote{Okay, ``HSN''.} because everybody does this. Monty Python, all those years ago, even had a skit about this, which you can find if you google ``simpsons individual stringettes''. Of course Monty Python was making fun of this tendency and 50 years later we just accept it as a part of life.)
Where else does the Unix Principle \textit{not} apply that it probably should in real life?
\subsection{Where does the Unix Principle actually apply in real life?}
cars (i.e., portable entertainment centers)
microwave ovens
\textbf{Kitchen knives} — I know that technically, you can use about any knife to cut a tomato or chop an onion. No debate there. But certain types of knives are just better at some things than other types of knives are.
Where does the Unix Principle actually apply in real life?
Slicing bread is a perfect example. You can slice a loaf of bread with
kitchen knives
breadmakers
air fryers
\subsection{Where else does the Unix Principle \textit{not} apply that it probably should in real life?}
Where does the Unix Principle not apply in real life and this is actually a good thing?
\textbf{Cars (i.e., portable entertainment centers)}
Instant Pots/multicookers
\textbf{Microwave ovens}
\textbf{Breadmakers}
\textbf{Air fryers}
\subsection{Where does the Unix Principle not apply in real life and this is actually a good thing?}
\textbf{Instant Pots/multicookers}
\chapter{What Are All Those Files in the Linux Root?}

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