Org-Mode uses UTF-8 files. Therefore you can use the full range of Unicode characters in them. As long as you have a font that contains them, then they will show up correctly. However, when you export to a PDF, why don’t they show up in the PDF?
When you try to align your Emacs frame flush on macOS and it just doesn’t quite reach the edge
You can fix it with
(setq frame-resize-pixelwise t)
It looks like: yes.
Here is why and how…
Can you use colors to show the changes being made to your files? Yes definitely.
The Vishoka Meditation The Yoga of Inner Radiance seminar begins tomorrow.
There are 15 events so I put them all into a calendar. Then I exported them into an ICS file.
You should be able to import it into Google, Outlook, Mac Mail, and iCloud Mail. It will probably save you some time from typing them all into your calendar manually yourself.
Here is the file:
Here is an interesting and quite compact article both celebrating World Homeopathy Day and pondering the origins of the approach and how they might serve the world in addressing COVID-19 today.
Homeopathy inspires enthusiastic reactions from both extremes of the spectrum and whatever you think about it you’ll find that its core tenets are quit conservative and can be applied to every aspect of your life.
Now is the time to collect every tool possible to help you, your family, friends, community, nation, and world step as gracefully and pleasantly as possible forward. Keep at it we are in it together.
For when you need a real ghee lamp immediately, but you’ve only got YouTube available, you can play the nest best thing instead. You might especially enjoy using this while meditating.
The Covid-19 mitigation procedures of social distancing and self quarantine have thrust many of us into an unexpected isolation. It is surprising and at times can be very unpleasant. Fortunately one the easiest ways to feel a little better is to re-connect with people and internet video conferencing makes that easy.
When you set up a nice video conferencing station it makes it easy to connect, more fun, and effortless. Now is the time to make easy things easier, hard things a little more pleasant, and impossible things possible. Starting with a better video conference setup, as silly as it might sound is one way to get started.
There are lots of video conferencing platforms out there and they all seem to work fine (I’m a Zoom devotee if you are wondering) so I’m not writing about them. What I want to share is one example of making your experience pleasant and even fun, in particular with your smartphone
Since its v1.1.0 release on 2019-10-13 there’ve been enough updates that are worth reviewing if you haven’t already: