Tasks from notes (November 22, 2003, 0) - On day pages, a task created from a note should contain a reference to
the note. However, only one task should be created on that day page.
On plan pages, a task created from a note should contain a reference
to the note. Two tasks will be created – one on the plan page and one
on the day
Current state of my backups (November 11, 2013, 7) - It’s good to have backups. It’s even better to document the backup and recovery procedure, and to test the backups regularly. Here’s where I am in terms of backups and what I’m working on next.
The biggest weaknesses I need to work on are:
Testing my image backups without risking my main computer – maybe a different
Note-taking revisited (August 17, 2010, 7) - I was away for training last week, attending a 3-day learning session organized by IBM. There were around 500 IBMers there. My manager not only suggested that I go, he even gave me a lift. I resolved to make the most of it.
Packing light meant taking my work laptop, leaving my netbook, and
Wicked Cool Emacs: get in on the action! (December 1, 2007, 10) - Ever since I started on this “Wicked Cool Emacs” project with No Starch Press, I’ve run into all sorts of amazing geeks who have been working on something similar. For example, Ted Roden‘s further along in writing the book than I am. It would be a shame to waste that effort. <laugh>
I would love to
The Wonderful World of Emacs – planner.el — emacs, planner (April 14, 2003, 0) - Migs, the one who wrote in recently about non-working Year2003,
Year2002 and Year2001 links, has this to ask:
I’m very curious as to how you get so much done with a
console based (?) text editor. Like do you have sort of summary view
of your calendar, tasks, etc in emacs? Maybe you can post a