How to use remember-planner (November 8, 2004, 0) -
How do you file your notes under specific topics? Like all your
short stories are under short stories, right? How does that work?
You can use remember-planner to quickly add notes to planner files.
After setting up remember-planner according to the notes in
remember-planner.el, use M-x remember to open a buffer for notes. It
starts out with a link to
Remembering to Org and Planner (October 5, 2007, 0) - Most of my notes are in Emacs Planner. Handy commands like M-x
remember help me quickly take notes and write down ideas, saving the
text to my blog.
While reading the manual for Org, another PIM for Emacs (yes, another
one!), I decided to give it a try. Org uses Remember, the same quick
note-taking module that Planner does. I
Emacs and W3M: Toggling between work and the Web (August 27, 2008, 6) - Here’s a handy shortcut that toggles between the W3M web browser and other buffers you’re working on. I use it to quickly switch between code and documentation (or your favorite timewasting site, as it also makes a handy boss key).
Define the function by adding the following code to your ~/.emacs:
(defun wicked/toggle-w3m ()
Cleaned up planner-rss.el (February 15, 2004, 0) - planner-rss.el should now be ready for (almost) general use. You can
get it from
http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/emacs/emacs-wiki/planner-rss.el . To use it, add
(add-to-list 'remember-append-to-planner-hook 'planner-rss-add-note t)
to your .emacs, and use M-x remember-to-planner.