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Makefiles for LaTeX - Stéphane Caron
To edit LaTeX documents, I use three programs for compiling, editing and viewing, glued together by awesome and run via a Makefile. These three usual suspects are: rubber to compile LaTeX documents enough times so that all references are defined vim / Neovim to edit the TeX file zathura to view the output PDF (with vim-friendly bindings) We will now see how to write some Makefiles to automatically recompile LaTeX documents upon changes to the source TeX or figure files (PDF, SVG, etc...
latex  tex  productivity 
yesterday by dusko
Calendar. Not to-do lists.
Good time management is one of the handful of factors that I attribute my professional accomplishments (to the extent that I have them) to. Several people have asked me for time management advice over the years. My understanding is that they’ve found the advice useful. With some encouragement from a subset of them, I figured that writing it down could increase the number of people that might find it useful. Hence this post.
productivity  time-management 
yesterday by basus
The Everything Notebook – Raul Pacheco-Vega, PhD
explain how the Everything Notebook would work when we write in loose
productivity  organization  gtd  notes 
yesterday by tswaterman

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