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  /  \  /\/    \//_____\       \ |[]|     \
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/      \      /XXXXXXXXXX\                  \
        \    /_I_II  I__I_\__________________\
               I_I|  I__I_____[]_|_[]_____I
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Wed, 24 Jun 2009

Random Cool Emacs Hack

If you spend a lot of time in Emacs, you'll invariably end up with multiple buffers of the same name hanging around. It's sometimes irritating to discern between them while switching. Check out the very useful elisp function that will kill all other Emacs buffers of the same name, courtesy of Trey Jackson at "Life Is Too Short For Bad Code" [0].

posted at: 21:20 | path: / | permalink | Elisp, Emacs, Hack, Programming

Thu, 18 Jun 2009

WTF, Ubuntu

Um, seriously WTF, Ubuntu? I must be getting old and intolerant, or something. Ubuntu (and the current crop of Linux distros) all seem to be trying to out-Windoze one another. The bloat and propensity to hide everything from supposedly clueless users has gotten really irritating. More after the jump...

read more after the break...

posted at: 14:33 | path: / | permalink | Bloat, Linux, Ubuntu, WTF