June 9, 2003

Cool Emacs snapshots

June 9, 2003 - Categories: emacs

I want to eventually fix my Emacs to look like
Richard Klinda‘s funky w3m customizations.

http://emacs-w3m.namazu.org/ml/msg03995.html has the goods.

pinoyjug pfft

June 9, 2003 - Categories: -Uncategorized

I post a long, well-thought-out message on pinoyjug about helping people and why I prefer guiding students over answering their questions directly, and what do I get?

Oh gosh, I wish my name is "Helping Students Who Need
Guidance..." ;)

--- Sacha Chua  wrote:

> Indeed!  I hadn't expected my question to
> stir up such a
> discussion. Here's where I'm coming from. =)
>
> I love helping students who need guidance. I feel
> that it is important
> that they come away from the problem with the
> feeling that they
> understand how to solve it and why they did what
> they did. That's why
> I teach, after all - to help people learn! 

and another message:

Very enlightening.

<mock grumble> All very nice and good, but I want thoughtful, well-considered responses… ;)

Wearable geeks, unite!

June 9, 2003 - Categories: -Uncategorized

http://www.futuretheories.org/questionnaire.php

Richard Klinda’s w3m customizations

June 9, 2003 - Categories: -Uncategorized
(setq ign-rus-format
      '(case source-type
        ('article (cond ((string-match "newsletters" newsgroup)
                         (cond ((string-match "CNN" from)
                                (concat (match-string 0 from)
                                        " nl"))
                               ((string-match "slashdot" from)
                                "/. nl")
                               ((string-match "Bruce Schneier" from)
                                "CRYPTO-GRAM")
                               (t
                                "newsletters")))
                        ((string-match "mbox" newsgroup)
                         "mbox")
                        (t
                         (gnus-short-group-name newsgroup))))
        ('web-page (ign-url-domain url))
        ('wiki-file file-name)))