Yay, done with Emacs 22 prerelease review! (November 6, 2006, 0) - All sorts of goodies in the new Emacs 22. I’ve just sent a ZIP of the
article and some images off to Don Marti, and I
look forward to merciless editing. I won’t be able to post it on my
blog until some time after it gets released, but that was fun to
I had to trim so much
Life on the A-list (June 2, 2006, 0) - Somewhere along the way, I managed to end up as the hottest blogger
within IBM, with over a thousand hits. I usually hover around third or
fourth on the list of the daily top blogs. This is the first time I’ve
ended up first, and that by a margin of around three hundred hits.
Some people at IBM have
Notetaking (June 17, 2006, 0) - From Personal Branding for Technology Professionals:
I had about twenty notebooks that were filled with many lists and notes:
Practices of people who had distinguished themselves
Tips for life, productivity, and relationship building
Techniques to get more value out of your time
Other observations that I had collected in the last ten years
I should write more things and blog them,
Weekly review: Week ending January 4, 2009 (January 5, 2009, 3) - Hello, 2009! So far, it’s been awesome. (I say that word a lot, but that’s because it’s true.)
Created a pretty interesting settings.php/profile-customization system for Drupal that makes it easier for developers to create new platforms for the microsites we’re building.
Sent out lots of e-mail updates, and got plenty of great replies. Now
Emacs chat intro (April 23, 2013, 4) - It turns out to be lots of fun to talk to other people about Emacs. You pick up all sorts of tips and interesting ideas that way.
One of the reasons why I do these chats is to help people get a sense of other people using Emacs. Now that I know John Wiegley sounds like