Tag Archives: Org-mode

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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Another Take on Engineering Notebooks

As regular readers know, I’m a big fan of keeping an engineering notebook. I have an Org file named journal.org that most of my day-to-day notes go into but for larger, sustained projects I like to start a dedicated project … Continue reading

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Language/Editor Integration

In yesterday’s post, I discussed Karl Voit’s love letter to Org mode and how he’s come to depend on it for personal information management. Articles about Org mode almost always make the point that Org documents are plain text and … Continue reading

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Karl Voit on Org Mode

Karl Voit has a lovely paean to Org mode in which he recounts his journey to Org in a years-long quest to organize his life and maintain a knowledge database. I’m sympathetic. I started with a Rolodex and a pocket … Continue reading

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Agenda Alerts

An exception to my all-things-in-Emacs rule is my calendar. I do keep an Org mode agenda for things like projects and tasks to be done but for doctor’s appointments and the like I use the the macOS calendar app—actually Fantastical … Continue reading

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New Org Mode Repository

As part of Org Mode’s migration to a new server, its ELPA repository has also moved. It used to be part of the GNU ELPA repository but is no longer housed there. Instead, Org now has its own repository. If … Continue reading

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Org Mode Cookbook Revisited

Way back in 2014, I posted about Eric Neilsen’s excellent Emacs org-mode examples and cookbook. I recently came across a reference to it and was reminded what a great resource it is. It’s easy to browse through and just read … Continue reading

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Linux Journal on Scimax

Over at the Linux Journal, Joey Bernard has a nice article on John Kitchin’s scimax. I’ve written about scimax before but for those who came in late, it’s a collection of Emacs and Org mode tools to make using reproducible … Continue reading

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Typesetting the TeX and LaTeX Symbols with Org Mode

After writing yesterday’s post, I poked around a bit on Higham’s site looking at some of his recent posts. I’m glad I did because I discovered that something I’ve wanted to do is possible. Occasionally I want to typeset the … Continue reading

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Tweets on Emacs and Org Mode

Nick Higham, whom I’ve mentioned before (1, 2), is a Mathematician and Emacs user. He also, apparently, is like me in that he likes collecting odd bits of information and data. One bit of data that he likes to collect … Continue reading

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