The Time of the Editor’s “Toolset 24” Has Come

Abstract: I am finally beginning to tame Emacs and Firefox has long been my browser of choice. Both are currently (as of September 24, 2013) at major version 24. Used together and in a certain way, they represent an extremely powerful and extensible toolset for editing, publishing and development in general. In particular, I use Emacs to work with the major relevant editable document formats, i.e. Markdown, Org, OpenDocument, TeX and friends, and Firefox to work with the major relevant publishable formats, i.e. PDF, HTML and friends.

This article’s draft is first published on September 24, 2013. It will be progressively augmented and updated as I refine my workflow and my understanding.

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