$msg = ""; $myaddress = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; $page = "2003.03.18.php"; $page_title = "2003.03.18"; $page_updated = "2004-11-2106:44:1306:44:13-0500"; $maintainer = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; require_once "include/calendar.php"; require_once "include/planner-include.php"; require_once "include/header.inc.php"; ?>
|A1||X||Try out ion based on zeDek's recommendation|
|A2||X||Set up POP and IMAP server on the IntranetServer|
|A3||X||Answer tala's interview|
|C1||X||Look at new emacs-wiki.el and see if I can make planner day pages treated specially.|
pico -wwould turn such undesirable behavior off, and
alias pico="pico -w "became part of my .bashrc everywhere.
However, I felt mildly ashamed of pico. All the Unix books said I should learn how to use vi, so I did. vi was fun, too - vim, especially. I had my funky one-line ex commands, like :s%/foo/bar/g. I could go to any line with :linenumber. I regularly used :! to invoke shell commands. I liked the way it syntax-colored practically all the files I edited - even the more obscure ones - and I was even thinking of writing my own syntax files for the things it didn't handle yet.
I suppose it was sheer curiosity that made me try out Emacs. Emacs was an intellectual challenge. I found myself attracted to its intimidating complexity. I wanted to see if I could get the hang of it.
Emacs was surprisingly easy to use. I read through the tutorial. I even browsed through the info node in my spare time. I used the menu bar and the tool bar until I learned the different shortcuts and extended commands. It was pretty cool.
Then one summer, I opened the Emacs LISP intro manual. I got hooked. I started reading Emacs source code. I traced through functions. I wrote my own. I did more and more stuff in Emacs and I realized how much I had missed by using other editors.
Emacs is cool. =)
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