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Large documents are almost impossible to write without outlines. There’s just too much to fit in your head. Outlines help you work with a structure, so that you can see the big picture and how sections fit together.
First I entered a headline called "Tasks" to keep tasks under. This isn't necessary but is often convenient, especially when you want to keep tasks separate from the body of a document you're writing.
Getting Things Done (GTD) est une démarche d'organisation permettant d'atteindre un état de « productivité sans stress » selon le titre même du livre « Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity » (la version française « S'organiser pour réussir ) de David Allen .
This code has been abandoned by AlexSchroeder . Feel free to take over.
Planner is a PersonalInformationManager (PIM) by JohnWiegley . You can use it to manage your tasks, schedule, notes, and anything else you want to store in a free-text richly-hyperlinked personal information manager integrated into Emacs. Because it’s in Emacs, it can easily be tweaked to support your particular way of planning, and it can draw upon the data and functions you already have in Emacs.
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Mapping function keys discussion moved to bottom of page GreatEmacsFeatures vs GreatVimFeatures (see also EmacsAndVi ) - One of the first big HolyWar s to take place on the internet.
Once, there was a civilization (the Lisp Machine world) a lot like ours, but more advanced, with greater powers (like symbolic computation, automated learning, and LISP).
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