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vim :b1 Commands Much Force Like Obi-Wan

I use the vim command :b1 to get back to my personal private journal, which is the most important one. With vim, I can easily edit multiple files and copy/paste them to different websites, while keeping the original entry in my journal. Join me as I explore the power of vim and the special connection I have with Obi-Wan when I'm using it.

Exploring the Power of Vim and My Special Connection with Obi-Wan

By Michael Levin

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

May The Forth Be With You

Yep, the poetry pops into my head, what I need when I need.

When I jump around between journals, I type :b1 to get back to the first and most important one, my personal private one. Oh, be 1. Obi Wan. LOL, yep. This is too good not to share. And you really should share this kind of shit. The thinking goes:

And so now I copy/paste THIS entry over to MikeLev.in, which seems to be for things like this that are journal-like, publish-able, and don’t better belong in one of the other sites.

I also by the way can leave the original entry in my :b1 journal because it never gets published and so will never cause duplicate content issues.