Software archaeology (May 17, 2003, 0) - Software resembles archaelogoy a little bit more…
From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Various simple.el patches
To: email@example.com (Kai GroÃŸjohann)
Date: Fri May 16 11:51:25 2003 +0800
What do people think about a kill-whole-line function that does like
C-a C-k C-k? I think it might be useful.
I have nothing against adding such
Happy birthday, Richi! (October 13, 2003, 0) -
Your birthday is just like any other day, except that
so and so many years ago, you were born.
It’s a pretty ordinary day.
The sun goes up,
the sun goes down,
the moon goes up,
the moon goes down,
and all around the world people laugh, cry, sleep, dream
without even knowing you exist.
But I do,
and this is a Good Thing,
Managing my mail (February 16, 2005, 0) - I use Gnus, one of the many mail/news clients available for Emacs.
The following features help me manage the volume of mail I get each day.
Yes, yes, the Gmail way is to keep everything in one folder and then
use searches to filter your messages. Still, I like being able to
glance at my screen and see
Living an awesome life as a 27-year-old: a year in blog posts (August 12, 2011, 16) - Happy birthday to me! =) I’m celebrating my 28th birthday today. Here’s the year in blog posts (August 2010 – July 2011): http://sachachua.com/notebook/files/sacha-chua-27.pdf .
Blogging as a 27-year-old: 391 published posts, 382 pages long, more than 190,000 words. If you’re curious, you can see what I was blogging as a 26-year-old and as a 25-year-old.
So I watched the opera last night… (March 4, 2007, 0) - … and I was happy to see that the average audience age was well
under 60. I wouldn’t have minded having to dress up, though. ;) I have
a baro’t saya just waiting for warmer weather.
Yay surtitles! Yay cheap tickets! Yay culture!
Thanks to Wayne for the invitation. =)
Random Emacs symbol: gnus-article-hide-text – Function: Set text PROPS on