Dijkstra’s writings! (July 9, 2003, 0) - http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/
I think I will volunteer to transcribe some.
emacs-wiki sites (January 2, 2004, 0) - In fit of insanity, searched for sites that used emacs-wiki. Quite a list.
- http://larve.net/people/hugo/2003/scratchpad/EmacsWiki.html (has RSS)
- http://www.oranda.demon.co.uk/planner/EmacsWiki.html (uses planner)
- http://members.iinet.net.au/~mtriggs/emacs-wiki.html (has a gallery)
- http://gohome.org/teranisi/EmacsWiki.html (has recent changes)
- http://www.gohome.org/teranisi/news/ (hey, nice linking)
- http://www.naney.org/personal/diary/2002/04/c.html#200204224 (like planner, but several days on a page)
- http://senzai07.poly.kit.jp/~iwata/EmacsWiki.html (uses the emacs-wiki-rss module, I think)
- http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-SanJose/7474/EmacsWiki.html (nice index)
Things to try in class — education (November 21, 2003, 0) - http://www.ncsu.edu/felder-public/Papers/Secondtier.html
- One-minute papers: most important point made in the lecture and the single most pressing unanswered question
- Encourage or mandate cooperation on homework
- Think of three good questions about what we just covered.
Emacs and w3m: Quick searches (August 18, 2008, 3) - A number of browsers allow you to define quick searches so that you can type keywords into your address bar in order to search predetermined sites. With a little bit of code, you can do this in Emacs, too. In this project, you’ll learn how to set up your own keywords to work with w3m
Sketchnotes from #torontob2b (antispam, mobile websites, marketing programs) (August 23, 2012, 2) -
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At today’s TorontoB2B Marketers Meetup, Sweeney Williams told us about Canada’s upcoming anti-spam legislation, Ian Fleming shared different approaches to mobile website design, and Scott Armstrong talked about how they’re working on a program-based marketing playbook at Brainrider.
I’ve just put my Evernote sketchnote collection online, and you can