Partial Implementations

Today I’m going to pick on Echofon simply because it’s the example that I use (and am annoyed by) every day. I love Echofon, the combination of it’s simple interface, keyboard support and useful features make it my go to Twitter client, and that’s doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon. My issue with […]

I love Vim and Textmate

If you follow me you’ll notice that I’ve been playing with Vim lately. For almost a year now I’ve been a TextMate fan but something about Vim just called to me. Maybe it was the feeling that knowing Vim increased my geek cred just like terminal hackery does. Why Vim Really anyone doing any type […]

Using Vim as a Text Editor

This is a guest post by Alan Bailward a long time advocate of Vim and friend. Introduction When Curtis first asked me to write about my programming workflow, I thought to myself “why would anyone care about a simple setup like I have?”, and told Curtis as such. Then a few days later I was […]

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