Arne Babenhauserheide, who you may remember as the “Eminent Babenhauserheide” from Episode 7 of Emacs Rocks!, has a nice post up on Babcore, his version of Bozhidar Batsov's prelude. If, like me, you enjoy mining other people's configurations for ideas to improve your own workflow, you will probably find something useful in Babcore. Everyone's needs and interests are different so rather than list everything that Babcore contains, I'll let you follow the link and see for yourself.
One of the really nice things about Babenhauserheide's post is that he wrote it in Org mode so he was able to export it in many different formats. There's HTML, of course, put he also has a link to a PDF version (for printing) and a version that contains just the Elisp that you can import directly into your
.emacs. He also includes the Org source file so that you can see how he did all this. That's very nice and serves as an excellent go-by for others who want to do something similar. As usual, the power of Org mode continues to astound me.