Planner and Org (October 10, 2007, 0) - As part of my research for WickedCoolEmacs, I’m exploring Org, the PIM
that’s now built into Emacs 22. I like the way it handles outlines,
and the remember templates are handy too. I also like the dynamic
I miss some things about Planner, though. I miss the way I can just
move tasks around in Planner, grouping them
My convocation; or how my mom’s a much better blogger than I am (December 1, 2007, 1) - Read her blog for the story of what happened during my convocation. =)
On Technorati: family, mama
Random Emacs symbol: gnus-mark-article-hook – Variable: *A hook called when an article is selected for the first time.
Okay, we’re in business – 5 years of my life in WordPress (November 27, 2007, 0) - After a fair bit of Emacs hacking to export all my blog entries from Planner into RSS and then import that into WordPress using Feedwordpress, I’m happy to present this WordPress view of my blog. It should stay relatively in-sync with my Emacs blog. Emacs still gives me a friendlier and more powerful interface for
How to tell when your parents are addicted to the Internet (December 25, 2006, 0) - I think my parents spend more time on the Internet than I am.
Seriously. My parents are hooked on these online forums for
photography in the Philippines. My dad checks then first thing in the
morning, last thing at night, and several (dozen) times in between. He
has his own thread on one of the forums, with 170+ pages
New note-taking workflow with Emacs Org-mode (September 24, 2010, 18) - The new workflow looks like it works better for me. Or rather, it’s an old workflow with new tools. Now, instead of using Windows Live Writer or ScribeFire to post my notes directly to my blog, I’m back to using M-x remember and Emacs, keeping a superset of my notes in text files and