More about diagrams in Linux (March 12, 2004, 0) - From Allan Espinosa:
xfig is a great clipart diagramming editor the “wysiwyg” component does
not look too good when zoomed out. for example, a polygon created does
not look like a “polygon” but just jagged lines. But when zoomed in the
polygon can be seen. The rendering to postscript was also exceptionally
good with anti-aliasing. what
Pimp My Emacs (July 20, 2006, 0) - Along the lines of TV shows like Pimp My Ride, I’m thinking of
regularly blogging something along the lines of Pimp My Emacs. For
those readers who haven’t had to listen to me bubble for hours on end
about this text editor / way of life, Emacs is ostensibly a program
that you use to edit text files. Right.
Open source and developers (April 12, 2005, 0) - raichu wrote on clair’s blog:
and why code based on your imagination when you can rip
off someone else’s code for free (free as in free beer)?
I code because I want to. Often, there simply isn’t anything else out
there that does exactly what I want, or it’ll be too much trouble
sifting through thousands of applications to
You can use the Firefox Add-on Compatibility Reporter to install Selenium and other Mozilla Firefox plugins that have
Cleaning up HTML from Microsoft Word (October 8, 2010, 5) - I often see HTML pasted in from Microsoft Word. It has a lot of non-standard and irrelevant code in it, so sometimes it breaks our systems. It’s also hard to edit afterwards.
An easy way to clean that up is to paste it into Windows Live Writer using Edit > Paste Special > Thinned HTML,