I've written about John Kitchin and his use of Emacs and
org-mode several times (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). Somehow I missed his latest contribution but Sacha Chua had my back and mentioned it in her weekly review.
In his post, What we are using org-mode for, Kitchin recounts how about four years ago he started using Emacs again mainly for its
org-mode functionality. His initial idea was to employ Org to manage his obligations—to use it as a GTD application. As he learned more about Org, he began integrating it into more and more of his work.
Kitchin describes how he uses
org-mode to write books and papers, develop software in a literate programming way, give presentations, write blog posts, and interact with students about their classwork and assignments in his classes. He remarks that there is hardly any aspect of his work that is not touched by Org. This is an interesting post and definitely worth a read. It's another example of how you can use Emacs and Org Mode in virtually every aspect of your work flow.
Update: What we using org-mode for → What we are using org-mode for