Clean, dry and easy storage of your motorcycle or car (or anything) in a plastic air bubble. Gosh, that sounds like a sales pitch but I am totally in love with this. First I’ll save up for the bubble, then after that the Caterham.
Check out what Emacs was was doing in 1993—it took years and years and years before anything like this got mainstream.
Disclaimer: it isn’t just Emacs but Emacs plays a critical component.
Sometimes this is is really what it takes to change a lightbulb 😄!
Learn how here and it will change your life a lot for the better.
Do it ASAP.
It is pretty simple: read here.
HELP is the culmination of everything that I’ve learned about literate programming (LP) in Org-Mode—written with the intent to share it with others in total and complete respect and consideration of you and the value of your time. No platitude here: time is precious.
With that in mind here is a breakdown of the sections you might be interested in (and should ignore):
I love reading all kinds of Emacs configuration files ranging for super refined to just starting out. For example caisah has a list of loads of stellar examples. However the only way to get added to that list is for your configuration to be notable. That is a pretty high bar for people just starting out. New people also usually have the freshest ideas though and they challenge the status quo of what we currently consider “the best”. All of those perspectives are valuable so I wanted to create a simple list that can include all of them.
A steadfast will to fail can always be counted on to ensure insurmountable obstacles.
So no matter how much despair your feel, even with the most meager feeling inside you saying “Hey, I can do this” know that you have just made the impossible—possible!
And if you can not then know that if at first you don’t succeed then redefine success.
Emoticons are pretty fun to use but they are hard to choose because there are so many!
Here is how to make it easy: go over this list and then use search to find the noun or verb that you are looking for like “triumph” or “savouring” or “unamused”
Even if you don’t have anything to search for, it is still in alphabetical order and it is pretty fun to see all eighty faces out there available right now!
In regards to writing and publishing literature (mostly articles, books, essays, and dissertations) there is a lot of discussion about choosing the right (software) tools for the job. And for good reason—literary endeavors are mentally laborious difficult work. As anybody would expect the software should help you a lot. At best you only want to worry about choosing the right software to help you write.
Yet the sad and all too common reality is that you are really worried about choosing the software that is the least-worst painful impediment to your creative process. Discussions that praise particular tools are pretty difficult to take any value from until you’ve suffered greatly at the hands of the tools deemed inferior by them. When people are suffering that is the worst time to get their feedback. First get them better, then find out what works and what doesn’t.
This post is what I’ve got to share with you, when I am feeling pretty great about life, and have something good to share about the topic, in regards to \(\LaTeX\) and Org-Mode.
If you are considering using \(\LaTeX\) and Org-Mode for some reason then please read on: