Using Org Agenda To Fix Your Life · The Kernal
Emacs can make your writing and coding more efficient, be used as a standardized framework for hundreds of Elisp applications, and be used as a desktop environment. But there’s one thing that I’ve always wanted Emacs to do. I want Emacs to fix my life. I want this Elisp interpreter to make me a better, more productive, and more focused person. Well as it turns out, there is one application out there that does just that. Org Agenda has deccended from the heavens, like a graceful angel spreading joy and goodness, to fix your scheduling. So, if you too would like to be graced by this holy application, I will demonstrate the basics of how you can install, set up, and use Org Agenda on Emacs.

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