Thursday, 2004.03.25, 9:30 – 11:30, CTC 312
Slicing and dicing your e-mail. I want an Emacs interface to this, and
I want it to deal with more than just my e-mail.
Ideas I can steal:
- keyword search
PlannerMode now supports cyclic tasks through planner-cyclic.el .
Not bad for an hour of hacking. Comments welcome!
Yaaaaay! Thought so.
This anthology seeks submissions including fiction from teachers (“all
levels, full and part time, pre- or post-service”) on the theme of
“things lost and found in our classrooms and in our lives today.”
This anthology is connected with Plymouth State College.
For more info, see the URL http://www.potatohill.com/contest.html#6
E-Mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
From Allan Espinosa:
xfig is a great clipart diagramming editor the “wysiwyg” component does
not look too good when zoomed out. for example, a polygon created does
not look like a “polygon” but just jagged lines. But when zoomed in the
polygon can be seen. The rendering to postscript was also exceptionally
good with anti-aliasing. what are you guys using to edit *.fig files?
will compilation with xaw3d widgets fix this or the xaw3d libraries are
just eyecandy? the screenshots from the xfig.org site looks nicely
rendered but i thinked they zoomed it enough not to show all the ugly
aliasing and poor rendering
xfig is good for quick and dirty diagrams but if i want to have good
looking pictures with subscripts and formulas I use GNU pic/ dpic with
m4 macros. the circuit_macros package from ctan.org is one of the best
schematic drawing packages out there. The output looks like text-book
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How helpful of them! This is so cool.