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1. Thesis demonstration
My project is about wearable computing. I aim to show that it can be done inexpensively, using only off-the-shelf equipment and free software. To that end, I have been gradually adapting Emacs to wearable computing needs. Most of what I am demonstrating is not my code, but the use of it is uncommon even in the Emacs and Emacspeak communities, and so my contributions have mostly been in the form of documentation and patches. I have also become the official maintainer of planner.el, a text-based organizer for Emacs.
Since I've based my project off Emacspeak, a lot of things were instantly accessible. For example, I can easily check the time and date by pressing C-e t. Emacspeak also allows me to work with practically all modules in Emacs. Because this foundation is already quite good, I decided to focus on documenting its setup, demonstrating its usability and writing or improving upon Emacs features.
2. aha, remember works again
3. Don't forget, we have class later.
4. I vastly prefer twiddling with w my right hand. also, i hate it when it rains.
5. congratulations for bpi awards
6. Doc Mana is looking for a big reference book on finite simple groups.
7. book in university of chicago. complete branc of mathematics group theory.
8. talked to william and showed him emacspeak
9. i actually managed to use my database and mail to help.
I'd love to hear about any questions, comments, suggestions or links that you might have. Your comments will not be posted on this website immediately, but will be e-mailed to me first. You can use this form to get in touch with me, or e-mail me at [email protected] .