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Robrt (1414)

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Saturday April 19, 2003
01:27 AM

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Today was one of those days. Left work a little early. Took a nap, woke up and realized the elisp behind my email client didn't do exactly what I wanted.... so.. I spent the next few hours moving parenthesis around.

That's not quite accurate. Most of the time was spent trying to figure out which functions I needed to use to achieve my goal. They're all there somewhere, in some package. The question is where!

People look at me funny when I say I use emacs for all aspects of accessing my email. But I just look back and say "So?". I know that the reason I do it is so that I can customize it to fit any whim of mine.

Now that I've fixed the email client, I can go back to responding to emails.

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