I Transitioned Local E-mail Management to Gnus

I have been mostly using E-mail on Gmail interface, as I use Gmail and Google Apps (or, I guess they changed their enterprise offering to Google Apps for Work…) I have been using Mozilla Thunderbird once in a while. In normal circumstance, it would have been OK, but here are some issue of bit slow […]

Why I Love LaTeX

My History with LaTeX I have been using LaTeX and its variant (mostly pLaTeX variant, for doing Japanese documents) for about 10 years now. Back when I was in school, I have used to take a note in real time. (Back around that time, Org-mode was still about to be released. If I’d do anything […]

My Random Emacs LISP Scripts

I’m not particularly, LISPer, but I do code some Emacs LISP for my convinience. Just to pick a few… Create Random Buffer is a script to create some random buffer. I’m actually wondering why something like this doesn’t exist as default. (well, there’s scratch buffer, but…) Useful for experimenting. Anti-Space Invader is a simple script to make […]

Whitepaper: Org-mode at Sakura-Con

This article explains use of Org-mode in a context of convention management. Who am I? I am Japanese Guest Manager appointed by relations department of Sakura-Con 2012. My duty at Sakura-Con involves management of Japanese guests of honor for Sakura-Con 2012; everything related to Japanese guests, from schedule managements, human resources, to the field management […]

Org-mode and Why You Should Consider Using It

Org-mode is certainly best one of many things I’ve discovered in first 2 months in 2012. Now I use it for anything from note taking, convention management, and even writing full report. This was great discovery to me, that recently, I have been started a lot of things on the web as well as on […]

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