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Though short, this week has been pretty good. I've been doing cool things at work, I've been writing and posting blog entries, and fiction(!), I'm on top of email, and the sweater is growing. I hope this isn't just a fluke and that I can keep this up and also expand slightly into doing a bit more reading. Small steps.

I've done a little bit of work on the wiki and site. Notably, selected entries are mirrored on Planet Emacsen. Also consider the following links to updates on the wiki and other sites:

  • Discussion of "/posts/make-emacs-better", which has been incredibly productive and an interesting discussion of emacs adoption and use by non-programmer niches. I think this discussion and the original post connect pretty well with a post that made the rounds a few weeks ago: Lets Just Use Emacs
  • A link from my father on the history of computing. I replied to him with Code Quarterly Interview with Hal Abelson.
  • I've also collected a few LaTeX System links, of related projects, ideas and collaborators. I've also had a few conversations that I need to transcribe into the wiki. Watch this space.
  • Then there's emacs-instapaper, which isn't exactly a FaiF web service, but the functionality is great for the subway, and I like being able to keep Firefox closed more of the time.

That's all for now!

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