... or the art of needless complication
Here are some notes on how to get started with mutt and Fastmail on OSX (Yosemite).
Most of this stuff applies to Linux as well. You can actually skip this whole mutt-is-awesome rant and checkout the "mutt" section of my doftiles.
mutt is stable, solid, predictable and flexible mail client. Also, I like writing in Vim. And . . .
Lately, my long-lasting love for Apple products has been fading. I ditched my iPhone 6+ for a OnePlus One and I relegated my MBP to mostly photo-editing tasks. I'm typing this from a fresh installation of Xubuntu 14.10, which I have been using in the past and I tend to prefer to the heavy-weight Ubuntu.
My totally most used app in the . . .
My Vim setup for sane Java and Groovy development
During the last couple of years, I gradually moved to Vim for editing text and writing code. It's not an easy journey: Vim requires dedication and it's sheer amount of options and plugins can be intimidating for a newcomer. However, with enough perseverance, the VIM's approach to manipulating text becomes natural and you will not . . .