I've been working with the websitegrader seo tool. So far, I've managed to get our company website from 56 to 82.
View the departure screen before you run for the train.
Updated the Beacon Hill company Google maps entry.
I’ve been in the habit of keeping track of things in todo lists using Emacs’s outline-mode. This works great to organize things but I needed a better way to mark completed items. I have the files in source control so I could delete them and still know of them using a diff with a previous version but this is clumsy. Otherwise, I could mark items with a date or a DONE but this gets ugly. instead I have this simple emacs function that takes the current line as moves it to the bottom of the file with the date prepended.
(defun mark-completed () "Move the current line to the bottom of the file and prepend the date." (interactive) (save-excursion (progn (move-beginning-of-line nil) (kill-line 1) (end-of-buffer) (if (not (eq 0 (current-column))) (newline)) (insert-date) (insert " - ") (yank))))