Emacs Chat: Magnar Sveen (Emacs Rocks) (November 25, 2013, 8) - UPDATE 2014-01-27: Transcript posted!
UPDATE: Want just the audio? MP3 / OGG
Here are the notes from my chat with Magnar Sveen, the creator of the Emacs Rocks screencast series and a number of other great Emacs resources. Enjoy!
Magnar has been using Emacs for two years
Moving from TextMate
World of Warcraft
Learning as a game
Other ways of learning
Emacs Chat with Avdi Grimm (Org-mode, Ruby, etc.) (March 4, 2013, 11) - Update 2013-03-16: Get the MP3 or Ogg Vorbis files, or listen to them on archive.org!
Thanks to Matthew Darling’s comment on my post about code coaching, I came across Avdi Grimm’s work with pair programming – and was delighted to find that he uses Emacs too. =) Check out my Skype chat with Avdi about Org-mode
Emacs chat: Thomas Kjeldahl Nilsson (March 22, 2013, 3) - I got to chat with Thomas about Emacs and picking up configuration snippets from EmacsWiki. He’s so lucky – he gets to work with lots of other Emacs geeks! =)
Thomas Kjeldahl Nilsson – Emacs chat from Sacha Chua on Vimeo.
More about Thomas on kjeldahlnilsson.net
Just want the audio? Get it from archive.org
Podcast: Play in new window
Emacs and Gnus: zomg, new chapter out the door! (August 4, 2008, 10) - So I _finally_ pulled everything together and got my Gnus chapter out the door. Hooray, hooray, hooray!
Reading Mail with Gnus (PDF)
Reading Mail with Gnus (HTML), produced by Org
Disclaimers: It’s rough, it probably makes a few assumptions about whatever version of Emacs I’m running, it’s probably missing your favorite tips (and I’d love to add them!),
Gnus multi-pane tricks, or I heart Planet Emacsen (December 16, 2007, 0) - The tips Joseph Miklojcik shared for reading e-mail in Gnus included this _really_ nifty thing that I hadn’t come across when I set up my Gnus before: multi-pane reading.
You know how modern news readers have a folder pane, a summary pane
and a preview pane?
Well, you can have that too.