For the OS X'ers:

curl http://hoho.dyndns.org/~holger/smalltalk.html \
     | ruby -pe 'gsub!(/Smalltalk/, "Ruby")'  \
     > foo.html && open foo.html \
     && sleep 3 \
     && rm foo.html

For the FreeBSD'ers and Linux'ers:

curl http://hoho.dyndns.org/~holger/smalltalk.html \
     | ruby -pe 'gsub!(/Smalltalk/, "Ruby")'  \
     > foo.html && mozilla foo.html & \
     && sleep 3 \
     && rm foo.html

Windows folks are on your own, sorry =/

-Brian

On Feb 10, 2005, at 1:17 PM, Curt Hibbs wrote:

> ACM Queue just published an interview with Alan Kay (the creator of
> Smalltalk), and there was one quote from the interview that I really 
> liked
> because I think that this is the approach that Matz took with Ruby:
>
>   Even if you?re designing for professional programmers,
>   in the end your programming language is basically
>   a user-interface design. You will get much better
>   results regardless of what you?re trying to do if you
>   think of it as a user-interface design.
>
> Curt
>
>
>