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The original GNU proposal post.

http://groups.google.co.uk

"... a Lisp-based window system through which several Lisp programs and ordinary Unix programs can share a screen. Both C and Lisp will be available as system programming languages [...] Who Am I? I am Richard Stallman, inventor of the original much-imitated EMACS editor, now at the Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT..."

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GNU: toward a Lisp workstation-based environment ?

http://lists.gnu.org

"...So much effort still seems to be put into porting prorietary garbage like .NET to GNU, and producing a Gnome windowing environment which has all the faults of MS-Windows. Why not concentrate on producing something better. Emacs is far nicer to work with than GNOME. So why the interest in making Emacs fit in to this inferior MS-Windows like environment. Why not make GNOME work more like Emacs.

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Mode-Aware Google Help in Emacs

http://davidavraamides.net

"While surfing the other night, I ran across a nice Emacs Lisp function for using Google to do context-sensitive help from inside Emacs.I liked how simple it was, and had always been curious about writing some Emacs lisp code (my .emacs file is a random collection of snippets I egregiously pilfered from various locations), so I thought I would enhance the solution by making it aware of what major-

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The GNU Manifesto (inside Emacs)

"...The GNU Manifesto is a famous document that was distributed on the Internet in the early years of the GNU Project; it's one of the first nodes in the GNU Emacs manual, which you can read by opening the Emacs manual in an *info* buffer, as described in Select a node section:

1. Type C-h i to open an *info* buffer.

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Learn about the GNU Project (inside emacs)

"...The describe-project function, bound to C-h C-p, is a 7,500-word essay by Richard Stallman, Emacs' principal author, describing the purpose of the GNU Project (which he founded)... --
* http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/edu/au-dw-au-emacs7-i.html?S_TACT=105A...

The GNU Project

by Richard Stallman

originally published in the book "Open Sources"

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Towards using the FreeRunner as my primary phone

http://psung.blogspot.com

"Having had some time to play around with the FreeRunner's software (see my previous post), I can make a few more remarks about it now.

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Conkeror in the Debian NEW queue

http://noone.org

"I already mentioned a few times in the blog that I’m working on a Debian package of the Conkeror web browser. And now, after a lot of fine-tuning (and I still further new ideas how to improve the package ;-) Conkeror is finally in the NEW queue and hopefully will hit unstable in a few days..."

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IDE Skeleton

http://lists.gnu.org

"Ide-skel is a skeleton (or framework) of IDE for Emacs users. Like Eclipse, it can be used as is with some predefined plugins on board, but is designed to extend by Emacs Lisp programmers to suite their own needs. [...] http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/IdeSkel [...] The only currently known external plugin for ide-skel is SqlPlus (http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SqlPlus)."

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Emacs Gnus: Filter Spam

http://sachachua.com

"(draft for an upcoming book called Wicked Cool Emacs)

Ah, spam, the bane of our Internet lives. There is no completely reliable way to automatically filter spam. Spam messages that slip through the filters and perfectly legitimate messages that get labelled spam are all part of the occupational hazards of using the Internet..."

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Tips on Long Term Emacs Productivity

http://xahlee.org

"...Here are 6 general emacs tips i felt that's the most important in emacs productivity, among all other emacs tips and tricks of my decade-long experience. If you use emacs only occasionally, these tips may not be very meaningful because they are general and does not solve any specific problems.

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Theming Emacs

http://www.golden-gryphon.com

"I spend a lot of time working in front of a screen (many hours in a dimly lit room) and eye fatigue is an issue. A consistent color scheme, especially one which is easy on the eyes, is important — and it also helps to have way of doing that where the directives are not all scattered all over my Emacs-lisp setup. Enter Emacs Color Themes, available as the Debian package emacs-goodies.

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"Pay attention to your freedom instead of self-serving forecasts" - RMS speaks with Poornam Media

http://bobcares.com

RMS: «If Microsoft says that ['era of open computing'], it appears to be an attempt at a self-fulfilling prophesy. If people believe it, they may make it come true. The way to deal with that is to refuse to let Microsoft lead you. Pay attention to your freedom instead of self-serving forecasts ...

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Learning and Mastering Ruby on Rails on GNU/Linux and chosing Emacs, the perfect IDE

http://git.caboo.se

Much thanks to Phil Hagelberg for its technomancy.git project. You can get it from its git repo and study the code...

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Some Emacs Basics

http://tuxtraining.com

"Emacs is a class of text editors that have an extensive set of features and that are popular with computer programmers and other technically proficient computer users. GNU Emacs, a part of the GNU project, is under active development and is the most popular version.

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Emacs color themes

http://blog.amber.org

"In my continuing adventures getting back to using Emacs, I was working on tweaking the color theme that I use. While it’s based on someone else’s originally, I’ve made quite a few minor changes..."

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