Future-proof your skills with Linux, Python, vim & git as I share with you the most timeless and love-worthy tools in tech through my two great projects that work great together.

I've Got a Mic

I'm passionate about talking into the mic and sharing my stories. In this blog post, I'll show you how to find Carnac, record a Vim macro, and use HTML singletons. Plus, learn how to add the macro to a .vimrc file, use Vim buffers, and more. Don't miss out on this 'mic lovin' goodness!

Explore the Mic Lovin' Goodness: Learn How to Find Carnac, Record a Vim Macro, and Use HTML Singletons

By Michael Levin

Thursday, May 19, 2022

I got a mic.
I like to talk.
I love to talk into the mic.
I love the mic. I’m mic lovin’
I’ve got some tales.
So, let’s begin.

–by Mike Levin, 2022

The Magnificent Carnac

Show your keystrokes if you please. I do please! I do please… give me a moment, the magnificent carnac must be found on my start menu, run on the propr screen and have its position adjusted to not block the action. Voila!

Recording a vim macro

And as a bonus, I demonstrate vim visual block selection mode, proper use of html singletons, adding the macro to your .vimrc file, vim buffers and so much more. This one is chock full 0’ mic lovin’ goodness.