Went to IBM (October 3, 2005, 0) - Interesting but non-bloggable insights.
Wish I could find interesting, fundable and bloggable things to work
on. I want to write about stuff…
May you live in interesting times (August 9, 2006, 0) - Gabriel Mansour just found out how dangerous it is to not have an exciting story when people ak you about interesting things that’ve happened to you. The bus stop he was standing at got completely demolished just seconds after he left it. Read his story.
My brother-in-law, John Valdezco, discovered this the hard way, too.
Emacs channel chat logs (January 4, 2005, 0) - Also, if someone can help me set up logging (split into text files by
day, please) for irc://irc.freenode.net/#emacs, I volunteer to
summarize and anonymize interesting tidbits from #emacs every day.
That way, people don’t have to worry about missing interesting tips or
code snippets. ;)
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Gotta check out wesabe (November 24, 2006, 0) - No one in Web 2.0 can spell. But Wesabe looks interesting. It’s a Web 2.0 budget tracking thing with tips. It rocks. Tagging is an interesting idea.
I should also put getrichslowly on my more-frequently-read blog list…
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Random Emacs symbol: calendar-set-mode-line – Function: Set mode line to STR, centered, surrounded by dashes.
Hackers and Painters (May 9, 2003, 0) - Anuerin Diaz posted an interesting link to PLUG:
The way to create something beautiful is often to make subtle tweaks to something that already exists, or to combine existing ideas in a slightly new way. This kind of work is hard to convey in a research paper.
Reminds me of open source.
More very interesting stuff in the