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Showing posts with label thinking. Show all posts
Showing posts with label thinking. Show all posts

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Using Vim and VimOutliner as a Brainstorming and Outlining Tool

This post discuses using Vim as an outlining tool. It focuses particularly on VimOutliner. In particular the post (a) discusses reasons why I like outlining tools, (b) presents some links for getting started and installing VimOutliner, (c) presents my verdict on the personal utility of VimOutliner, and (d) presents an assortment of little issues that I encountered and resolved while learning to use VimOutliner.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Pen and Paper

For a long while I did almost all my thinking and writing either in my head or on the computer. More and more lately I find myself returning to pen and paper.
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