I thought it was about time to write another daily carry post. My current ink is a Pilot Iroshizuku Murasaki-shikibu, and I use that in all the pens in current rotation.
My current pocket carry is the Belroy Cover + Filed Notes, some Nock.co Index cards and a short pencil, when a pencil gets shorter than the height of the case I take them out of rotation and use them for this purpose.
I use my Nock.co pouch to carry pencils, I currently have some Golden Bears, some Blackwing Volume 54 and some Blackwing Pearl.
I carry some new Field Notes, my Vanihsing Point and my Lamy 2000 in my Hightower, and I also use my TWSBI Eco’s, and Pilot Metal Falcon; but I don’t carry them. I use them from my desk.
The notebook situation otherwise are changing. I’m stilling working my way through the last rest of my LT1917 stash, before I’m going over to using travelers notebooks again.
My Emacs Configuration
Okay, I very recently started to use the public git repository of my Emacs Configuration as my main configuration. The content of it is not that different, but I used to use a mono repo of all my DotFiles. I have recently changed that to make it easier to manage on Windows.
The configuration is fairly simple. I use regular Emacs keybindings, and I use a plugin called No easy keys to for myself to learn emacs keybindings. Other than that: I use Ivy, Projectile and Smart Mode line and a few extra themes. Look in the configuraiton yourself for the details. Everything is well commented.
I have two init file, the regular one called init.el that loads everything, and one called fast-init that only loads stuff that ship with emacs that I use in situations where I just want emacs to load as fast as possible. Then I have various files that all my settings are organized in
- pre.el: sets settings and loads stuff that come as a part of emacs
- funcs: defines some helpers functions I use all the time
- core.el: loads everything third party modules I use that are not programming languages
- langs.el loads programming languages
Fast-init only loads pre.el, while init.el first sets a GC setting designed to start fast, while perform well after start. Then I load pre, funcs, core and langs. Finally after that it loads personal.el if it exist. This is a file that is excluded from git that I use if I need to override some setting.
This config is a little bit more complex than I would like because I need it to run on Mac OS, Windows and Linux. But the functionality is more or less the same across them.
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