Using the GNOME Evolution address book with Mutt

For a while I’ve been using the GNOME Evolution address book with Mutt, my favorite email client. I use a script called mutt-eds-query, which consults the default evolution-data-server (EDS) address book to find contacts whose name or email address match a substring. I have a couple thousand contacts still stored …

Jiffy Pop meeting minutes.

For some reason this week I feel like blogging about some of my time-saving tools. I’m certainly not a superstar when it comes to eliminating wasted time. But when I was FPL I had to figure out ways to be more effective so I could spend more time on the …

They love a good bandwagon.

It looks like my honorable associate Joe Brockmeier has also discovered the beauty of the offlineimap utility, which is one of my favorite productivity tools as well. If you’ve been reading my blog for some time, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of using offlineimap in cahoots with the …

Is your heart fonder?

That’s the longest break I’ve ever taken from blogging: 36 days without a post. At first I was just too busy for a week. Then as time went on, I had more and more things I was thinking about blogging — the pile of ideas kept getting bigger. Finally the …