“Without requirements or design, programming is the art of adding bugs to an empty text file.” –Louis Srygley
The Google Fonts project has a ton of fantastic fonts. But, it can be overwhelming to figure out how to use them. A lot of the fonts will suck when used incorrectly. Get schooled by the collaborative google-type project.
The github project readme has links to a few excellent typographic resources. View the full-blown project examples here and get your typography on.
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You should follow @SwiftOnSecurity.
“…in a world increasingly dominated by image culture (TV, movies, .jpg files), UNIX remains rooted in the culture of the word.” Text is still the killer app.
Of course it would be nice to encrypt/decrypt files from Emacs. EasyPG comes with GNU Emacs since Emacs23 (source file: epa-file.el). Simply add to your init file:
(require 'epa-file) (epa-file-enable)
*anyfile*.gpg and it will be encrypted when you save the buffer.
If you’re running X and you prefer a non-graphical keyphrase prompt, include in your config:
(setenv "GPG_AGENT_INFO" nil)
EmacsWiki EasyPG Entry. Configuration and troubleshooting info.