Sweet blog setup (November 24, 2006, 0) - I’ve figured out a terrific way to read IBM blogs. They’re automatically prioritized, too. I read it in Emacs, of course, and I have a quick way to comment on things while I’m offline. The only thing that could make it better would be to autopost comments…
Random Emacs symbol: eshell-var-load-hook – Variable: *A list of
Chapter outline draft: Planning your day in Emacs (October 1, 2007, 0) - The first chapter I’m working on is about planning your schedule in
Emacs. Here’s my draft outline. I’m targetting 20 pages. The chapter
before this is about managing tasks (35 pages). The Org and Planner
sections in this chapter will build on the previous chapter, which I
haven’t written yet.
- do not keep track of schedule at
CAS Dublin (October 17, 2006, 0) - The CAS Dublin team linked up through videoconferencing. The speaker
highlighted four key fields: high performance computing, software
engineering, visualization, and computational analytics and language.
He presented awards for best paper and best student paper.
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Random Emacs symbol: eshell-post-command-hook – Variable: *A hook run after each interactive command is invoked.
Eshell redirection (October 21, 2007, 5) - Mike Mattie has this awesome Emacs tip for
Eshell: redirecting to buffers and Lisp symbols!
To overwrite buffer “foo”:
ls > #
To append to buffer “foo”:
ls >> #
To insert at point in buffer “foo”:
ls >>> #
To redirect to a Lisp symbol:
I had no idea Emacs could do that. Cool!
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My convocation; or how my mom’s a much better blogger than I am (December 1, 2007, 1) - Read her blog for the story of what happened during my convocation. =)
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Random Emacs symbol: gnus-mark-article-hook – Variable: *A hook called when an article is selected for the first time.