Mac Tip: Terminal – Psychotherapist

Mac Tip: Terminal – Psychotherapist

This Mac tip is provided by Mark Greentree and was originally posted on Mark’s blog – Everyday Mac Support. For more of Mark’s tips visit his site, follow him on Twitter, or browse his archive of posts here.


How To:┬áTerminal – Psychotherapist

Okay, so we all need to talk to someone from time to time…but a psychotherapist in Terminal?

In all seriousness this is for all intents and purposes a text game and should not be used as a replace for real therapy.

In order to do this we will need to use Terminal. To locate Terminal simply navigate to your Applications folder then to the Utilities Folder. Within the Utilities folder you will locate Terminal.

Simply launch and then enter the following:

emacs

After you have pressed return then press the escape (esc) button on your keyboard found in the top row at the left hand side. Then press x on your keyboard. Then type the following:

doctor

Upon successful entry you will be presented with window as shown at the beginning of this article. Simply describe your problems and you will get answers as can be seen below:

As you can see it is a bit of fun but it is interesting how the doctor will reply to some of your comments. Especially profanity. It is quite funny!