So, I decided to finally write a emacs command to post to Micro.blog.
This is how it works: write what you want to post in a buffer, M-x (space space) post2mb.
Then, open ~/emacs.d/private/mb.el and find the following line :headers ‘((“Authorization” . “Bearer”)), you need to add a app token after Bearer; make sure there is a space between Bearer and your token.
Finally you need to open your spacemacs config: ~/.spacemacs, find the user-config and add the following two lines to it:
Restar emacs an you should be set. Just open a new buffer, start writing and hit SPC SPC post2mb when you’re ready to post.
Android fans, I’m sorry, but I can’t stand material design. It’s not bad, just not for me.
Seeing people saying they are switching to Firefox makes me wonder: is this 2004?
To the untutored eye, Lisp is a strange programming language. In Lisp code there are parentheses everywhere. Some people even claim that the name stands for “Lots of Isolated Silly Parentheses” – An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp