Brilliant idea! (February 26, 2004, 0) - Global planner IDs should be hyperlinks in their own right. They are of the form
But then how do we define anchors and references?
Reference: plan:///id-number or plan:///id-number/page,page,page,page (note: triple-slashes)
Or maybe plan:id-number[/page,page,page] for the anchor. Double-slashes will not be updated.
I want IDs because I’d like to e able to update notes in case of
Then this is
Emacs: Not bad, just misunderstood (November 9, 2005, 0) - People love dissing the Emacs text editor. Emacs is one of those
arcane things that even _geeks_ aren’t expected to understand. It’s
probably the canonical example of a tool built for geeks by geeks:
hard to use, hard to understand, hard to just pick up and play with.
I really don’t think Emacs is bad. It’s just misunderstood, the
Dusting off my Emacs config files (March 31, 2010, 2) - In June 2009, I switched hats and started facilitating workshops instead of developing Drupal code. Organizing resources and learning more about consulting kept me in a mostly-Windows environment with little reason to delve into the mysteries of the Emacs text editor, although I occasionally used Emacs to automate repetitive editing tasks.
Even though I haven’t played
I have finally caught up with LJ (February 8, 2007, 0) - At least for now. No longer a delinquent friend… yay!
Random Emacs symbol: battery-load-low – Variable: *Upper bound of low battery load percentage.
Got my study permit extended (August 3, 2007, 0) - Yay! No longer have a strict deadline for completion. Not that I
should let my schedule slip anyway, but it’s nice to know that I won’t
have to leave by Aug 31.
Random Emacs symbol: point-max-marker – Function: Return a marker to the maximum permissible value of point in this buffer.