I encourage you all to use hashtags. It's not a big deal to put a # in front of some words and it really helps to make content discoverable for idiots like me
SIGNS YOU'VE GOT A SHAPE-SHIFTER LIVING IN YOUR HOME
1) Sometimes you have two of that chair, sometimes you don't
2) People passing by your home point at it and say to each other "That's where that shape-shifter lives."
3) You've told yourself, to your own face, that you're imagining things and there's no shape-shifter in your home
4) Mail arrives addressed to RESIDENT SHAPE-SHIFTER
5) (trick question) You've been able to change your own shape the whole time
Happy thought of the day.
There are nearly three times as many Kangaroos as there are Australians.
Add the following gist to your #emacs config to view the current git branch in your eshell command prompt.
I guess I'm interested in systems where programming and art intersect. Like back when I tried to create a face generator but decided that randomly assembling faces from crude elements I had drawn by hand was the way to go.
@h_d has implemented content warning folding in mastodon.el.
No more uncomfortable images popping up on your screen while browsing the federated timeline.
Check it out at https://github.com/jdenen/mastodon.el or install it from melpa
Checking out #emacs 26.0.91. The pixel scrolling is amazing!
Some other key updates
- Lisp Threads
- Double buffering
- 'async-shell-command-display-buffer' which will only display a buffer once their is something to show
- Much better line number support
- `M-<RET>` will now open the link at point in a new *eww* buffer
- 'url-retrieve-synchronously' now takes an optional timeout parameter