Emacs Gnus hack: Prioritize based on the number of recipients (October 4, 2006, 0) - Ever found yourself confronted with an inbox overflowing with general
messages that you can ignore and messages that you and only you can
act on? Here’s something to help you sort the wheat from the chaff.
This indicates how personal messages are so you can immediately see which messages are just for you and which are part of
Feeling much better (November 5, 2006, 0) - I was in bed all day yesterday thanks to a very annoying fever and the
beginning of a sore throat. It was very nice of Simon to come over
with chicken soup, a salad, and the best medicine available. =) I
didn’t really feel like eating, but he watched over me and made sure I
Now I feel
Should track library subjects (August 16, 2007, 0) - You know what I’d like? An easy way to keep track of the topics I’m
reading about, and a way to visualize that over time. LibraryThing or
some other Amazon-hooked services wouldn’t be a bad way to get the
data in. Then it’s just a matter of looking up the category. I can
also keep track of links between
Crazy Emacs: Personalized signatures with random taglines (October 2, 2006, 1) - Of course, that naturally leads to the crazy idea: “What if I can
personalize my signatures?” Knowing that Paul Lussier is an Emacs geek, I can reward him for reading all the way
to the bottom of my message… ;)
(defun sacha/gnus-personalize-signature ()
"Personalizes signature based on BBDB signature field.
BBDB signature field should be a lambda expression.
Emacs: 15 times multiplication table (February 19, 2007, 0) - Wayne will get a kick out of the fact that I wrote a function to help
me set up Emacs to do a little of what his Nintendo DS does…
(Just you wait until I get speech recognition, sir!)
;; Create a flashcard-type file for the multiplication table until 15