New feature for Zetteldeft (a #zettelkasten package for #emacs): interactively search for a tag in your notes. No gamechanger, but a convenient addition nonetheless! https://github.com/EFLS/zetteldeft/issues/81#issuecomment-734482485
A sharp reminder that it's high time for more diversity of digital infrastructure.
"Sharing the internet with America is like sharing your living room with a rhinoceros. It's huge, it's right there, and whatever it's doing now, you sure as hell know about it."
Zetteldeft (the #emacs note taking extension of Deft) now has a feature to export your notes with the help of org-publish. Check it out in the Zetteldeft tutorial & knowledge base: https://efls.github.io/zd-tutorial/2020-10-06-1014%20Exporting%20with%20Org-publish.html
Finally, after repeat searches: M-x profiler-start to see which processes are eating resources. More info at https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/Profiling.html
What's that #emacs command again to get diagnostics on memory and cpu usage? Used it in the passed, but can't find it... 🙃
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Hitting YouTube's "watch later" on this awesome video on privacy feels a little... contradictory to say the least, knowing it's mother company is one of the biggest personal data hoarders on the planet. Still recommended watching: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsG-UoZnPTo
I was on Al Jazeera Live today and spoke about how we must remain vigilant in the face of surveillance capitalists and governments that want to use the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to widen their dragnets.
You can watch the recording on my blog:
Cultural sociologist, Human-Computer Interaction researcher, and emacs dilettante.
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