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Headlines for Saturday:
|A||_||Study chapter 13 (mie1407f)|
|A||_||Prepare quarterly financial report|
During one of my rest breaks, I managed to sit down next to what was probably the only other Emacs person in the room. How did I find out? Well, we started talking about courses, and then he asked me what programming languages I use, and I said Lisp, and he asked if that was the language used for Emacs, and I was like... whoa. =)
He then proceeded to tell me about his only gripe about Emacs - lack of on-the-fly spellchecking.
... and I of course proceeded to tell him about emacswiki.org and flyspell.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen. Even though I was dressed to the nines (black velvet floor-length gown with red satin ribbons/and paper roses), I was still a geek...
Awesome fun. Totally worth it. Met interesting people, too. =)
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