Brrr (August 17, 2007, 0) - It’s mid-August, and a cold front is passing through Toronto. My toes
feel chilly under this blanket. Even though sunlight illuminates the
room, sometimes it doesn’t feel like summer.
W- joked that it’ll be stew time soon.
Random Emacs symbol: gnus-agent-read-and-cache-local – Function: Load and read FILE then bind its contents to
Emacs: managing schedule (October 27, 2007, 0) - If you spend a lot of time in Emacs—writing code, reading mail,
saving the world—then it makes sense to manage your schedule in Emacs
Here are some productivity tips for getting the most out of Emacs scheduling:
Make it easy to add to your schedule. Bind your appointment-creation functions to shortcut keys and practice using them until
Announcing this 2012 Sketchnotes collection! (free/PWYC) (June 4, 2013, 0) - I really like quickly flipping through my sketchnotes as a way to refresh my memory. I thought I’d collect them into a PDF to make it easier for people to learn more and remember. I labeled all the sketches and made a manually-hyperlinked table of contents to make it easier for you to browse. =)
Emacs for my Mom (December 1, 2004, 0) -
Do you think Emacs is something we can learn?
I think Emacs is something my parents can learn, but something they
currently don’t have reason to study. Even the PIM aspect won’t be
helpful, as my mom is really uses Outlook synchronization with mobile
Right tool for the right job, I guess. =)
People sometimes try new things for the
Sewing arghs (July 28, 2009, 2) - I’m temporarily finding sewing frustrating. I should be precise: sewing dresses and blouses is frustrating for me, because the bodice never quite fits right and the neck facings always seem awkward. I need to find something that’ll break me out of that. Maybe it’s just a matter of going ahead and making something. The blue