And yes, despite how much I’ve been using and experimenting with 9 over these last few months, I wrote it in Org mode.
So, I wrote the first draft of that “how I organize all the shit I have to do” guide thing and it’s about 23k words. Now the real work–editing–starts, but I figure it’ll probably end up being a 50-70 page book-like object (and ebook also obviously).
It was a lot more fun to write than I thought it would be.
Update: I have an outline.
I'm not the hardcore Emacs person I used to be but I do enjoy writing long structured stuff in Org mode. I finally moved my self-documenting Emacs config to sr.ht: https://git.sr.ht/~kl/.emacs.d
the fact that the results of this were 60% "who cares" and 40% "get back to work" is just more proof that you all are my kind of people.
Very low power personal computing, a thread
Thinking about what would be a happy combination of devices and computers for a really useful (and also fun, this is important too) person computing setup geared towards maximum utility and minimum computer/energy requirements. Clearly this is somewhat inspired by my recently renewed interest in PDAs. PDAs were way up the charts of utility/resources ratio.
further depravity: WordStar 4 in vDos in Wine on Linux. I think I prefer WordPerfect.
Applied Self Management Using Lotus Agenda: https://cdn-files.postach.io/c9f1abdc-e560-4bd2-bfe7-cc58dabb76f5/80dc6749-660c-4999-b471-88c86fed12c7/bb60d141-3686-48c8-9a8b-9325e7bd8203_orig.pdf