So here how it happened yesterday.

Well, got an opportunity to read one of the James Alutcher blog, which told me and inspired a lot of reading and writing, planning to make my habits according to it.

I understand, I may end up having an hectic schedule, but sadly I don’t have an habit as of now, which I need very badly. Hope this will help me getting with my schedules and my day to day routine, now the latest what have to do it to learn how can i write with emacs and publish it on my wordpress bolg.

have enthusiastically setup a blog engine on my laid around IBM Thinkpad. how we all will do good.

Need to find a way to keep my blogs safe as well. 🙂 so my content do not die if something bad happened to my test wordpress hosting machine.

Let me think, what should be best to save my content,
well for the post is think, Dropbox would be the best.
I may require a neat writer to but, I think emacs will help me here.

Now the time has come to become me, and myself and no one else. 🙂


Hello, World from Org2Blog/wp-new-entry.

This is my test blog post from Aquamacs.

Well, i am just going to write a brief about how I made this post work.

First of all, let me point you to this wonderful link, which list down the way to make emacs and org-mode work with wodpress and make this post possible.

So, here what i did.

I had this melpa and elpa repostiory already configured. so quickly did M-x package-install return; org2blog return
some quick configuration changes in my .emacs file to incorporate the org2blog settings and wordpress cofiguration.
(setq org2blog/wp-blog-alist
       :url ""
       :username "admin")))
Now, we just need to login to our wordpress blog, M-x org2blog/wp-login return
and start writing post with M-x org2blog/wp-new-entry return
Happy blogging C-c p return.

Git Simplified.

Set up with github. (Very good tutorial from Lifehacker)
How the Heck do i use Github

To remove the origin
git remote remove origin

To add origin
git remote add origin<username>/<repository name>.git

— Please do not add the “< >” while using the above command.
for e.g.

use the origin as SSH and without authentication.
you can follow the stack overflow question on this. 
or can just add 
“git remote add origin ssh://[email protected]/<username>/<repository name>.git

To push to the repository.
git push origin master
If you have created the directly locally and wanted to push it to the server, you may need to force the origin master.
i did as “git push origin master –force”, please note that this may wipe your existing content.

How to deploy keys.
Github article.

Generating keys
A very good github tutorial related to generating keys for github.

When the permission is denied.
github’s own manual to fix it.

More to come…….