The Importance of Documenting

Figure 1: Attribution: By Lvcipriani (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons As I mentioned in my previous post (“A New URL for My Old Blog” … if you haven’t checked it out yet…go do it…I’ll wait…), I have started blogging again using emacs and org2blog after a long hiatus (the last actual post that wasn’t just a re-post of a link was two years

Quick Post About Uploading Images Via Org-mode and Org2Blog

Figure 1: Attribution: By ~~helix84 (2007), Philverney (9 November 2005), David Vignoni (December 6, 2005) LGPL: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html or Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons (search for “Icon – upload photo 2.svg”) Today I’m experimenting with image uploads on org-mode and org2blog. I don’t expect to write a lot but hopefully I’ll learn a bit. 😀 I refer heavily to one of my “go-to” pages on org-mode:

TILiE (Today I’m Learning in Emacs): PDF Publishing, Text Formatting in Org-Mode, and (Maybe) My Next Big Project!

Figure 1: By Another Believer (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0) ], via Wikimedia Commons Link to original image | Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) The last week or so has actually been pretty busy in my personal life and at work. Professionally, I gained a new part-time consulting client which is only going to make me busier. I believe the trick will be

TILiE (Today I’m Learning in Emacs): Printing & Exporting and Publishing in Org-mode

Figure 1: Attribution: en:User:Petteri (via CC Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported) Link to original image | Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) I’m still feeling quite sluggish, really since yesterday, hence my earlier post. Still, I want to write something today because I learned a couple neat things in Emacs around printing. I’m also trying to understand how the Exporting and Publishing functions work in Org-mode.

Learning About Org Mode (Part 1 of N)

Link to original image | Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License As part of revising what this blog is about and keeping it fun for me, I’ve been reading a few things I’ve found on the Internet on blogging and keeping writing a blog “fresh”. I’ve started reading a really good eBook called “A No-Excuse Guide to Blogging” written by Sasha Chua, a blogger who is interested

Woo Hoo! That worked!

After quite a bit of fiddling, I managed to get this whole set up to work. I’m now blogging from Emacs. Figure 1: Yes, I’m slowly turning into a penguin. This is obviously more complicated than just using the WordPress interface but I like being able to blog (mostly) without leaving my editor. That being said, things are going to be fairly basic until I