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Re: Emacs history, and "Is Emacs difficult to learn?"

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: Emacs history, and "Is Emacs difficult to learn?"
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2013 00:09:27 +0200
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Chris Van Dusen <> writes:

> Here is that article.  The relevant section is IX.

Are you sure? I just read that, and I couldn't find any
secretaries, or any "don't mention programming". It was about how
good Emacs is, compared to what was there before.

The only interesting thing (that I thought, anyway) was when he
said Emacs has brought about an enthusiasm for Lisp. I had Common
Lisp at university, but I would *never* have done a fraction of
all this Elisp, if it weren't for Emacs. So that's spot on.

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