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More computer geek humor: cowsay is a small program (and the titular command) that generates an ASCII drawing of a cow and a speech bubble. The "spoken" text is up to the user, with parameters that allow him or her to use different varieties of eyes, such as Borg, dead, tired, and stoned, or to replace her entirely with Tux. That last bit, unsurprisingly, marks the program as being of supreme interest to Unix users, and as a Perl program, can be adapted for use with plenty of system tasks, such as notification messages. It was written by Tony Monroe, with the first stable release in 2000.
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