Decision review: Battery (April 8, 2011, 2) - After several days of accidentally unplugging my battery-dead laptop (knocking away the power cord, unplugging the wrong cable, etc.), I ordered a new battery. My laptop is still usable without a battery. I just have to put it into hibernation before moving it around. Power interruptions could result in hard disk corruption, though, and I’d
Hello world (October 23, 2006, 0) - This is a blog entry
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Random Emacs symbol: eshell-script-load-hook – Variable: *A list of functions to call when loading `eshell-script’.
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
Decision review: Got the Lenovo battery slice for my X220 tablet (April 12, 2012, 5) - I’ve been thinking about getting an Android tablet so that I can draw more at conferences and around town. My laptop’s fantastic for drawing and writing, but it doesn’t have the battery life to get me through a day of conference sessions.
Before taking the plunge, though, I considered the different options. If the main thing
initsplit.el (March 17, 2003, 0) - From an emacs-devel message
John Wiegley has a tool called initsplit.el on his web-site for
breaking customizations into multiple files. The issue (I believe) is
why load all the customization information for a package into Emacs if
you’re not going to load the package (at least during this particular
session)? Also, it would allow you to keep the