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How to Use Emacs for RSS with Elfeed

Emacs is a very extensible text editor, as one feature that you can add is RSS. Learn how to access RSS feeds in Emacs today.
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How to Use Emacs as a USENET Reader with Gnus

Gnus is a powerful USENET reader for Emacs. It allows you to use Emacs’ editing features to browse newsgroups. Learn how to use it today.
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Doom Emacs and How To Install It

Doom Emacs is an easy and approachable way to get started with Emacs. Learn how it works and how to install and configure it today.
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Nyxt, an Emacs-Style Browser Made with Common Lisp

Nyxt is a fully hackable web browser – all its source code can be inspected, modified, and tweaked to your exact specifications.
 
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These are 12 handy sed commands for Linux

sed is a powerful and useful tool in Unix/Linux for editing the content (files) line by line, including inserts, appends, changes, and deletes. Furthermore, it supports regular expressions, so it can match complex patterns. Commonly it is used to find and replace the strings in files like configuration files, bash scripts, SQL files, etc. The […]

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