Get organized: Emacs a la org-mode*
Have you ever finished a day and wondered where the time went? Need to bill customers but only have a vague idea of your actual effort? Get back on track with a heaping scoop of org-mode!
Many time tracking tools can turn into a huge drag on your day with complicated forms, closed data formats or the requirement of net access. But, it doesn’t have to be this way!
With emacs org-mode you can track your effort, organize your time, goals and todo items with plain text. It is so good that it caused me to install Emacs.
I will give you a rundown of how you can organize your life with org-mode, get things done and remember the journey.
Brandon is the Developer Happiness Engineer at Rackspace/Cloudkick in San Francisco. Previously he worked as a Kernel developer at Novell/SuSE Labs.
He has presented at several technical conferences in the past including FreedomHEC Taipei, Linux Plumbers Conf and Ignite Portland 2 . In his spare time he tinkers with electronics and software, bikes, hikes and builds robots. For more information checkout his site.