Emacs Feed Configuration
People continuously write a viscous, non-local, scattered gargantuan text just by existing on the internet. Managing how to access this text can be tricky since we need to filter out the noise and focus on the content we need or are curious about. When it comes to text, Emacs is usually well-equipped to improve our life. As we will discover soon in this post, this case makes no exception.
Start Qute Now
A few days ago, I started using Qutebrowser. I mean using it for real. It wasn't my first installation: I tried it other times in the past, but I had never considered leaving Firefox. This time I'm using it as a daily driver, migrating my entire workflow into it. But why I had this mad idea of leaving Firefox in the first place?
Air traffic on Emacs
It was an usual saturday afternoon, me searching ways to achieve stuff in lisp; I saw an interesting reddit post, I clicked on it: it's about using emacs lisp as general purpose programming language. First comment was like "Of course you can use it as general purpose language," in the ‘90s a piece of Germany’s air traffic control software ran on Emacs.
Get user inputs in Emacs Lisp
This post is intended to give beginners an introduction on how to use lisp to manage user's inputs on Emacs.
Literate plotting of a Lorenz Attractor with Python/Org-mode
Let's explore the shape of the Lorenz attractor with Python in Org mode/Emacs. Because why not.
Send to Kindle
This is an useful script I wrote years ago to manage my ebooks with Python and Calibre. It automatically runs a conversion from .epub files to .mobi in a pre-selected directory and then send everything to my Kindle via email.
Ignoring alias and functions in Bash
tl;dr: Use command in front of the desired command.
What is Vala
Vala is a programming language that allows modern techniques to be used to write applications that run on the GNOME platform stack, particularly GLib and GObject.
Get ListRow length in Gtk with Rust
For some reason, gtk::ListBox doesn't expose a method to get the length of the list. So... we have to hack around.