## The Keys to the Kingdom

Three days left in 2015 and I realized I had finished everything on my original 2015 Reading List, there were only 3 days left in the year, and I had two books left to read so I needed a quick read. After Necroscope, I also needed something a bit lighter.

Garth Nix's' The Keys to the Kingdom series fills both of those needs.

## Command line unicode search

Similar to Monday's post about command line emoji search, I often find myself wanting to look up Unicode characters. I have a custom search engine / bookmark set up in Chrome / Firefox (

`uni %s`

maps to`http://unicode-search.net/unicode-namesearch.pl?term=%s&.submit=Submit&subs=1`

). That actually works great, but given how relatively much of my day I spend on the command line, I thought it would be interesting to do something there:`$ uni delta ⍋ apl functional symbol delta stile ⍙ apl functional symbol delta underbar ⍍ apl functional symbol quad delta ≜ delta equal to Δ greek capital letter delta δ greek small letter delta ẟ latin small letter delta ƍ latin small letter turned delta 𝚫 mathematical bold capital delta 𝜟 mathematical bold italic capital delta 𝜹 mathematical bold italic small delta 𝛅 mathematical bold small delta 𝛥 mathematical italic capital delta 𝛿 mathematical italic small delta 𝝙 mathematical sans-serif bold capital delta 𝞓 mathematical sans-serif bold italic capital delta 𝞭 mathematical sans-serif bold italic small delta 𝝳 mathematical sans-serif bold small delta ᵟ modifier letter small delta`

## Command line emoji search

Sometimes, I find myself wanting to communicate in emoji.

How about this:

`$ emoji chicken 🐔 $ emoji "which came first, the @emoji{:chicken:} or the :egg:" which came first, the 🐔 or the 🍳`

## Inlining plaintext attachments in Gmail

When you send a text message to a Gmail email address (at least from an iPhone using AT&T), you get something like this:

It's vaguely annoying to have to click through every single time just to see what the message is, especially when various extensions (such as uMatrix) break overlay rendering or when you have multiple attachments.

Much better would be to just display the plaintext attachments inline:

## 2016 Reading List

I enjoyed keeping public track of my 2015 Reading List, so here's the same thing for 2016: