portfolio viewer. As nice and, well, flashy as a Flash portfolio
one, just in case (gasp!) someone who doesn’t have Flash installed is
browsing around. Well, ideally, we’d have both versions _and_ a static
HTML one, but it’s easier for me
Trackback implementation for Emacs (October 21, 2004, 0) - From http://elisp.info/archive/80614224, posted by Mark A. Hershberger:
This will be put into nnrss.el or weblogger.el, but, for now, here
is an implementation of trackback.
(defun tb-find-tb-url (url &optional local)
"Find the track-back URL for a resource."
(let* (xmlform htmlform)
;; bit o' work necessary for w3 pre-cvs
planner.el broken up into lots of little files (February 23, 2004, 0) - It should compile cleanly under Emacs 21.3 (CVS). I’m still trying to
figure out how to install the fsf-compat package under XEmacs so that
I can get it to compile cleanly there.
WARNING! Many user-visible changes. In particular, you will now need
to require a bunch of other things in order to get the old behavior. I
should figure out
Sweet! Facebook in Emacs! (August 12, 2008, 6) - So here’s how to access Facebook from w3m, one of the web browsers in
1. Enable cookies by setting w3m-use-cookies to t.
2. Go to http://m.facebook.com .
3. Choose the HTTP login.
4. Log in with your username and password.
So far, it seems to work. I can update my status! Sweet!
Emacs: Jump to anything (September 5, 2008, 4) - I just came across the Anything extension for Emacs. After you load anything.el, you can type M-x anything RET and a substring of, well, anything. Looks like a handy shortcut. It’s like Quicksilver, but for Emacs. Grab anything-config.el for a bunch of useful functions.
Here’s my current configuration: