Tag Archives: Org-mode

Using Babel Video

Rainer Köenig has a new video in his OrgMode tutorial series. This time he takes a brief look at using Babel in Org files. The video is a bit limited because, as Köenig admits, he doesn’t have very many use … Continue reading

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A Better RETURN for Org

John Kitchin has an interesting piece of Elisp that helps when you’re writing in structured Org mode. If you’re in a bullet list, for example, you can type Meta+Return (or is it Ctrl+Return? I always get it wrong) at the … Continue reading

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Publishing a Book with Leanpub and Org Mode

Angelo Basile has a nice post on publishing a book with Leanpub and Org Mode. I’ve written about this before when I discussed Lakshmi Narasimhan’s workflow with Leanpub. Narasimhan used Dropbox, which some may find inconvenient so Basile employs an … Continue reading

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An Automated Publishing Pipeline

Dale Karp wanted to publish his activity log and notes so that others could see them and he could view them remotely. To do this, he set up an automated publishing pipeline using Emacs and Org mode. The idea is … Continue reading

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Org and Emacs Resources

Ben Elijah over at Ink and Ben has posted a nice set of Org and Emacs resources. Folks are always asking for basic tutorials and other information on how to take advantage of Emacs and Org mode. Elijah’s list is … Continue reading

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Installing Hugo and Goorgeous

The other day, I wrote about blogging with Hugo and Org. Part of that post involved how Diego Mundo worked around the fact that Hugo expects its input in markdown so that he could write his posts in Org markup. … Continue reading

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Netops

One of my favorite applications of Org mode and Babel is demonstrated by Howard Abrams’ post and video on what he calls Literate DevOps. The basic idea is that he documents his work in an Org file complete with the … Continue reading

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Blogging with Org Mode and Hugo

Diego A. Mundo over at whyarethingsthewaytheyare.com has a nice post on how to blog with Hugo and Org mode. Hugo uses markdown as its input language but Mundo likes to work with Org so he wrote a bit of Elisp … Continue reading

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Migrating Notes from Evernote to Org

I use Evernote to keep copies of resources that I think may disappear over time and I’m pretty happy with it. Recently, they’ve introduced a new fee structure and there’s been some grumbling about finding another platform. As I say, … Continue reading

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Org 9.0.5

There’s a new (bug fix) version of Org Mode out: #orgmode #emacs 9.0.5, a minor bugfix release, it out. Enjoy! — Bastien Guerry (@bzg2) February 10, 2017 At the time of this post, it’s not yet in Melpa but doubtless … Continue reading

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