Blog reaction: Filipino Open Source Developers — blog (April 30, 2003, 0) - Reply to http://www.spaceants.org/cgi-bin/blosxom.cgi/computing/software/filoos-280403.writeback :
Glad to say that students get to seriously work with Linux in Ateneo -
you can thank Horatio Bogbindero and Dr. Manalastas for that! =)
Never underestimate the importance of playing. I play with Emacs all the time,
and I learn something new every day.
(Incidentally, I should also figure out this trackback thing… I wonder
When I blog with Emacs and when I blog with other tools (September 16, 2013, 19) - English: org-mode logo: http://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.php#unicorn (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I would love to be able to write all of my blog posts within Emacs. I like the outline tools and simple markup of Org Mode. Org Mode and org2blog are invaluable when I’m writing a post with lots of code or keyboard commands, because it’s easy to set
Another day, another blog (November 24, 2007, 0) - Starting yet another blog because I want something that I can update and cross-post from anywhere and I haven’t quite set up Planner on my work laptop or web server yet. Will I be able to make WordPress dance, or will I run back to my comfortable Emacs setup? Stay tuned. ;)
New blog! (August 12, 2003, 0) - http://sacha.free.net.ph/blog now points to
http://servlet.techscene.com/roller/page/sachachua/Weblog, which will
probably be my primary blog because it can do XML excerpts. I’ll try
to find a way to hack planner+remem support for it.