Category Archives: emacs

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  • planner index
  • locked out of the dorm
  • emacs-wiki
  • philo notes
  • planner day links
  • emacspeak and IRC — linux

planner index

It should be easy to modify the WikiIndex so that it splits planner entries off and provides a link to today’s entry… I might event want to double-publish today as PlannerToday.

locked out of the dorm

Pfft. Got locked out of the dorm. The guard doesn’t seem to be in the
lobby, so I guess she’s walking around inspecting the room. That’s
what I get for stubbornly trying to track down that pesky PlannerMode
and EmacsWiki interaction problem. For some reason, my
emacs-publish-batch isn’t doing the right thing. I’ll worry about that
over the weekend. But I’m only a minute late…

emacs-wiki

Emacs Wiki index needs a function to say whether a planner page should be indexed or not..

philo notes

After philosophy class ended, a number of my classmates asked me to
send my notes to them. Apparently, the fact that I get
near-transcriptions of Fr. David’s speeches (verbatim if I’m not
distracted and he pauses often). I am surprised to see that my notes
have reached 256K. I sent them a URL to my planner-managed site at
http://richip.dhs.org/~sachac/notebook/wiki/Ph104.html, of course.

planner day links

I’d like to add planner day links for previous day entry (might not be yesterday) and next day entry (might not be today).

emacspeak and IRC — linux

I am beginning to realize just how wonderful speech is. I’ve added
dtk-speak to erc-insert-pre-hook, and I can listen to #linuxhelp while
browsing through Arendt. Maybe I shouldn’t be doing it, but it’s so
much fun…