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what are you talking about? it's always been called the mandalorian effect

the more i learn about org-mode, the more impressive it gets

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I've started rewriting my configs as annotated org documents and exporting the code blocks to the right locations with :tangle so I can have all my configuration in a ~/dotfiles as pretty org documents with a central table of contents :ameowbongo:

Oh you use colemak? Why isn't apple making them out of aluminium anymore?

phantom thief jeanne reboot where she steals NTFs

terminal readers don't really have an awareness of which parts of the buffer are UI elements, like the vim status line, and which are text that it is actually supposed to read, so it was just a pretty crappy experience over all

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I used to run a tmux session on linux with neovim and forward it to a mac mini just to read it out with VoiceOver, because it was the least bad option for terminal screen readers, but emacspeak is such a huge improvement over that crappy setup. I haven't even scratched the surface of org-mode and all the other cool stuff, but emacspeak alone really made it worth the effort

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emacspeak is honestly such a life changer compared to terminal screen readers

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I guess I gotta change my mastodon bio, now that I've been converted to emacs :floshd:

starting to reach a reasonable WPM with colemak-dhm and still not regretting it. nerve issues are much better

may the forth be with you, collapseOS developers

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