Emacs-wgrep provides writable grep buffer that apply the changes to files.
Intuitive and familiar idea if you already like editable dired buffers.
Every need an audio file with nothing on it?
Surprisingly it is pretty common.
Here are some blank MP3s, thank you Xamuel!
ag is fast, does what you expect, and works well with Emacs. Maybe it is time for you to switch.
emacs-calfw is a calendar framework for Emacs. It looks beautiful, thoughtful, well thought out, and well-developed. That is from reading its landing page, I never used it. I use Google Calendar, and, this package is still intriguing because every question I could come up with was well answered on that landing page.
Imenu is an under-recognized gem of a package. One way to make it more accessible is to utilize it via a buffer instead of going up to a menu.
imenu-list does just that. It is shockingly powerful because nearly every package has Imenu integration, it is fast, easy to read, and lets you quickly jump around and exit the mode just as easily as you entered it.
This is what I use most of the time when I don’t need 4096 feature branches.
Cool thing is that even when you do need 4096 feature branches that this still makes total sense. Add some client releases and QA branches and it still works fine.
Key though is that it is really is this simple.
Having grown up with Lemon Pledge I found that the lemon scent was the only pleasant thing about dusting with it. The endless wiping which just spread the dust around was… not fun. My dad mentioned he switched to dusting with a damp microfiber cloth. Wow. It rocks. The world needs to know about these things. Best of all: when you are finished, just wash them and hang them to dry, no paper waste at all!