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I've buried the hatchet with emacs, and I see my novice error in vi myopia. It shows that not everything is learned immediately, and that when purpose steers choice, real winners are easy to spot. If you aren't chasing technology, and you have a wide variety of choices in the software you can use, you can focus on what you want, or need from a computer, and find ways to use them in more practical, and personal ways.

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I've buried the hatchet with emacs, and I see my novice error in vi myopia. The rule I apply to distros, is just as applicable to text editors, and that is; No matter which one you choose, stick with it and master it. Once you can manipulate text on the command line, with confidence, you have all the basic tools to work within your command line environment. Everything else is a function of communication, an information sharing. We'll cover these topics, in our later segments. So, that's it for now.

Have fun,

Aaron

P.S. I'd like to thank John Lightsey, for sitting in for me during the actual class, and also Peter Hodgson, for consistently tolerating emacs bashing, without holding a grudge.


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