TreeSheets look like a pretty interesting combination of spreadsheet and hierarchical outliners / organizers.
Im sure my answer / comment on What is Gradle in Android Studio? will get downvoted into oblivion with short-shrift fairly soon. (Maybe deservedly). But I’ll make it here : [quote] At the risk of being discursive I think behind this is the question of why the Android Studio / Gradle experience is so bad. […]
qzhuyan responds to me tweeting Emacs on PocketCHIP. Emacs on pocketchip! Nice man! Then one can have portable org mode! https://t.co/ohzeegFQtD — qzhuyan (@qzhuyan) August 11, 2016 Which is, er, very true. And wonderful. But this haunts me continuously, as I explore the Mind Traffic Geometry of tools that support me tracking tasks and outlining […]
OK. So someone has made a Pocket-style Raspberry Pi case. Very nice. Hope someone starts commercializing these as I think they’ll be very important for the RasPi ecosystem. mobipre2 shared on YouTube: Raspberry Pi – Pocket Chip Source: DIY 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Pocket Chip « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and […]
You all probably knew where this was going, right? Of course, it’s been my priority to run the new MTC on the PocketCHIP. And it runs fine, without any special conversion; just needed to figure out how to install a library it depended on without going through drracket. Now I’m off for my celebratory bike […]
Got my PocketCHIP yesterday. And here it is running Emacs, with a Racket REPL via Geiser. I have to say, this has been the dream for a long time … a cheap, portable device that runs Linux, has Emacs, git, rsync etc. And I can actually write and run Lisp on it. It has a […]