TIL: we need to convince way more people of using to improve their personal digital life.
There are still folks who think it's about editors. 🤨
I bet anybody that she/he will be impressed big time by the feature-set of Org mode - no matter of her/his background. 😎


I keep saying to anyone who would hear that one of the major issues I had even trying emacs is the "oh no, that's heavy stuff for Linux programmers." Emacs didn't have a huge learning curve, it was much more about learning the different keys and use them.

I'm still growing and looking at ways to improve my #org-mode life. Some of it on my new blog, some on my wiki site, some are gone.. need to put it together so more new folks (non-programmers) get to hear about it.


@jrss "They used a manual someone had written which showed how to extend , but didn't say it was a programming. So the , who believed they couldn't do , weren't scared off. They read the manual, discovered they could do useful things and they learned to program."

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