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Zamansky 43: Playing Music with MPD

Mike Zamansky has posted another video in his Using Emacs Series. This video looks at playing music with MPD and Emacs. Of course, Emacs can’t play music on its own but it can be used to control music players, effectively … Continue reading

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Zamansky 42: Git Gutter and Git Time Machine

Mike Zamansky has another video up in his excellent Using Emacs Series. This time he looks at Git Gutter and Git Time Machine. These are a couple of small utilities that make working with Git files and repositories a bit … Continue reading

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Emacs for Devops

Alexey Koval has a nice post on Emacs as a devops editor. It’s from a little over a year old but it’s still worth taking a look at. I’m not involved with devops but I still learned a few useful … Continue reading

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Structures in Emacs Lisp

Chris Wellons over at Null Program has another great post. It considers how to define and use structures in Emacs Lisp. What I like most about the post is that it starts with the obvious solution of using a list … Continue reading

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What Has Emacs Replaced Your Workflow

I always think of my Emacs configuration as a Japanese garden: it’s always underway but never reaches perfection. The other day, I saw this tweet: What has emacs replaced in your life? https://t.co/5adbsfy8bz #emacs — /r/Emacs (@EmacsReddit) February 11, 2018 … Continue reading

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Zamansky 41: Pandoc

Mike Zamansky has the latest video in his Using Emacs Series up. This time it’s about leveraging Pandoc to deal with document interchange. I’ve written about Pandoc before but usually in the context of converting an Org document to some … Continue reading

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Org-Noter

I’ve been happily using Interleave to takes notes while reading PDFs ever since I read about it in Piotr Limanowski’s excellent post on Reading for Programmers. It’s a great way to take notes that are synchronized with the PDF. Gonçalo … Continue reading

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Emacs Tweaks from Other Editors

Ruben Berenguel has a useful post on Emacs tweaks from other editors. Berenguel works at a company where virtually everyone uses a different editor and even though he’s an Emacs user, he gets to see useful features from the competition. … Continue reading

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Working with Gists in Emacs

Bill Ward has a handy post on how to manage and create Gists with Emacs. It mostly involves installing gist.el and its dependencies. After the installation, you can easily edit existing Gists or create a new one. If you publish … Continue reading

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The Advantages of Blogging for an Emacs User

I, and many others, have written thousands of words about the advantages of using Emacs for blogging. In my case, I could, if I wanted, publish Irreal and virtually never visit the site itself; I can do everything from Emacs. … Continue reading

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