Just stumbled on @firstname.lastname@example.org's bibliotek.el #emacs package. Thank you for writing that!
Delving Further into the Why of Emacs: It's Reducing Context Shifting
Further Molding Emacs to Reinforce Habits:
Emacs Function to Rename Hugo Blog Post: Writing a Function to Practice Lisp and Complete an Uncommon Task
A Year or So of Emacs: Swapping out Ivy for Selectrum
Many Small Tools Make Light Work (in Emacs) // Take on Rules
Many Small Tools Make Light Work (in Emacs)
Directory Structure for my Org Instance // Take on Rules
Directory Structure for my Org Instance
Toggling Keyboard Mapping for Org Roam // Take on Rules
Toggling Keyboard Mapping for Org Roam
Revisiting Hydra Menu for Org Roam Lookup in Emacs // Take on Rules
Revisiting Hydra Menu for Org Roam Lookup in Emacs
Reducing Duplication in my Emacs Config // Take on Rules
Learning from One Small Refactor
Visual Changes to Take on Rules // Take on Rules
Minor Tweaks to Colors and Hover State
Why I Chose Emacs as My New Text Editor // Take on Rules
Hint: I Took the Time to Build What I Needed
I used to write software. Now I just poke around in my .emacs configuration.
Actually, after about 3 weeks, I've fully switched from #atom to #emacs. I spent a week practicing the basics. Another week slowly bringing in packages. And the last week reflecting on what I missed from Atom and hunting those down.
I haven't used emacsclient yet, as my emacs launches in less than 1s. I've found if it stays under 0.95s I don't really notice the load lag.
Follow along at https://github.com/jeremyf/dotzshrc/blob/trunk/symlinks/.emacs
I've mapped H-SPC (aka Hyper Space) to then allow me to move the point up or down and set a cursor at each space visited.
In other words I can replicate a long-desired Textmate function that I've had in all of my text editors ever since.
Soon I'll dive into Projectile and Treemacs
Recovering interrupter with occasional relapses, lover of spreadsheets, blogger, adept debugger, conjurer of analogies, and probably other things
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