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Re: [Orgmode] Summer challenge

From: Eddward DeVilla
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Summer challenge
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 20:31:40 -0500

Just some brain dumping:

Organize outlines, lists and table in text.
Text outliner with tables, lists and more.
Plain text outliner: tables, lists and more.
Plain text outliner / organizer: tables, lists, more.
ASCII outliner / organizer: tables, lists and more.
Powerful ASCII outliner / organizer: tables, lists, more.

Seven words ain't enough to say it


On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 2:59 PM, Carsten Dominik
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> ever heard of the IG Nobel prize [1] of the Journal of Improbable Research?
> The annual awards meeting is always great to watch.
> One of the things they do is that each speaker has to give
> a 24/7 lecture on their subject. This means, they have to give
> a complete technical description of their work in 24 words (may be
> totaly crypic), and then a 7 word explanation that is more or
> less understandable for the public, and it may be either
> tongue in cheek or serious.  I find it a great exercise to
> try to make these, over whatever subject.
> Lets have a challenge for the best 24/7 lecture about org-mode
> over the summer.  I am particular interested in good 7 word
> summaries, because these are the most fun.
> Examples:
> A 24 summary
> ------------
> Org-mode does outlining, note-taking, hyperlinks,
> spreadsheets, TODO lists, project planning, GTD,
> HTML and LaTeX authoring, all with plain text files
> in Emacs.
> 3 examples for 7-word summary
> -----------------------------
> 1. Plain text notes and planning magic with Emacs.
> 2. Back to the future for plain text.
> 3. Chuck Norris would not use anything else.
> Enjoy
> - Carsten
> [1] http://improbable.com/ig/
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