Re: [OT] Screen
- From: Ron Johnson <ron.l.johnson@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 02:21:48 -0500
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On 05/09/07 23:25, Amy Templeton wrote:
Tyler Smith <tyler.smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
First, for someone who claims not to be a *nix wizard you are not
very convincing. There aren't a lot of 20 year-old non-compsci
geeks around that don't at least use a graphical browser ;)
Well, I do also use Iceweasel, but the Hit-a-Hint extension isn't
always reliable and the Conkeror extension doesn't always work with
my school's website. Also, I don't browse the web a whole lot in
general, since for the most part if my computer's on (which is as
rare as I can manage; I'm all about that thing with the
umm...trees, I think? Real world. That's the phrase),
I *knew* you weren't a Real Geek!!!!
on a paper and/or answering emails. The reason I took the time to
learn this setup isn't just that I don't do mousiness; it's mostly
that I can do my work with a minimum of distraction and frustration
You were born 25 years late.
WordStar, a KayPro II and it's *incredibly* high-res 9" screen were
perfect for writing.
You may actually prefer ratpoison (the predecessor of stumpwm, by
the same primary author), which at this point is somewhat more
featureful/clean. The reason I use Stumpwm instead is that I can
control it from within Emacs (I know, I'm not helping my case; but
I'm really just a literature nerd, I swear!), since it's written in
A female that writes lisp? I'm highly suspicious.
Ratpoison's in the Debian repos, I believe (stumpwm is too,
but it's just a CVS snapshot, which is what's available).
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day.
Hit him with a fish, and he goes away for good!
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