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New To Me Smoothie Recipe

  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup of blueberries, frozen, organic
  • 1 handful of spinach or kale or arugula (triple washed)
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp walnuts
  • Blend with water or milk or almond milk or yogurt
    • On high to get the greens really mashed

Thank you Blair!

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Migrating to Org2Blog

WordPress is a powerful and satisfying writing and publishing platform. After learning Org-Mode, I wanted to use Org-Mode for writing and WordPress for publishing. Org2Blog makes that easy.

WordPress easily exports your posts to XML. Org2Blog-Importers converts them to Org-Mode via Pandoc. Tonight I converted them here. Any future modifications belong in these documents with publishing to WordPress.

I tested both publishing new posts and modifying and re-publishing old posts and both worked correctly.

Additional Org2Blog Configuration

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Org2Blog Setup

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How to reintegrate changes for Word back into Org-Mode


Original: Your Org source
A: Org -> DOCX for co-authors (using pandoc)
B: Org -> DOCX -> Org (using pandoc).
C: A -> Org (using pandoc and --accept-all-changes)
D: B-Original

The difference between B and Original are pandoc-introduced changes that you do
not want. Ignore/remove these changes from C, call it D and then the difference
between D and the Original are your co-author comments. Now your authors can
edit DOCX with Track Changes and you can work on those edits with Emacs ediff.

Generating autoloads and Compiling Org without make

Here is how to do it.

Search for the heading “Generating autoloads and Compiling Org without make”.

This is very helpful for non-developer Org-Mode users who want to run Org-Mode from source via Git.

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Uniquely Name Source-Blocks and Headline IDs in Org-Mode

Always name all of your Source-Blocks and uniquely ID Headlines in Org-Mode. It is the only way to make Literate Programming pleasant and predictable. At the very least you will understand what is happening during tangling.

Life Is Simple @tgtext


digraph graphviz {
subgraph cluster {
ayh [label="Happy with things?", shape=ellipse];
no [label="No.", shape=Mdiamond];
yes [label="Yes.", shape=Mdiamond];
ayh -> no;
ayh -> yes;
no -> ayh [label="Change them."];
yes -> ayh [label="Keep doing them."];
label="Life is simple:\nAttribution: @tgtext";