Emacs for Vim Users with Evil, Part 1

Near the beginning of my Internet career, I experimented with Emacs. I soon switched to Vim and stayed with it. I recently started getting curious about Emacs again while going through some Lisp tutorials. I can’t leave Vim behind completely, so I’m trying “Evil“.

The installation instructions are not very clear, and it was a bit frustrating to get the package manager working so that it could find Evil. Here’s what did work: Continue reading Emacs for Vim Users with Evil, Part 1

Hacked Email Address Spam from Annette Bosworth for U.S. Senate?

I got a spammy email today from a Dr. Annette Bosworth for U.S. Senate. It was interesting, because the email arrived in a private email account that was created specifically for the purpose of tracking the use of that email address. The address was only used to create a user account on Adobe.com. Continue reading Hacked Email Address Spam from Annette Bosworth for U.S. Senate?