Heavily tweaked w3m (April 28, 2004, 0) - I’ve decided to do even more things the Emacs Way. Emacs-w3m is a lot
more customizable than Mozilla. This is Emacs we’re talking about
after all, so it’s no surprise. ;)
I’ve set up a heavily tweaked keymap that might fit the way I browse:
an insane number of tabs and a lot of remembering. The default keymaps
Making GNU Emacs play well on Microsoft Windows 7 (June 25, 2012, 7) - Emacs 24 has been released, hooray! Here’s how you can download and install it on Windows 7. Bonus tip: pin it to your taskbar so that you can open Emacs easily.
Step 1. Get the Emacs zip file from http://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/emacs/windows/ . You’re looking for something like emacs-24.1-bin-i386.zip, or whatever the latest version is. Download
Getting the WordPress Lifestream plugin to work on my blog (September 12, 2010, 5) - I’ve been thinking about including a digest of Twitter, Delicious bookmarks, Google Reader shared items, and other social activity in my weekly review. This lets me include the information in my archive, and it gives people more opportunities to bump into things I found interesting.
It took a bit of hacking, but I eventually got the
My Inkscape settings (November 5, 2009, 0) - Here are some things I change right away in my Inkscape settings:
Double-click on the pencil tool, and choose “Last used style”.
Draw something, then click on the fill color box. Choose X for fill.
Switch to the Stroke style tab. Select a rounded joint and a rounded cap.
Open File > Inkscape Preferences. Click on Transforms. Uncheck
Emacs basics: Changing the background color (January 18, 2009, 9) - One of the first things you’ll probably want to change about Emacs is the default face. This controls the foreground color, the background color, the font, and other attributes. For example, many graphical environments give Emacs a background of white. If you prefer a black background (which can be less tiring during long periods of