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Re: [Orgmode] Mobile org

From: Ian Barton
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Mobile org
Date: Thu, 03 Sep 2009 07:33:44 +0100
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org-mode really changed my life, and allowed me to fully implement GTD the way I wanted. However, I miss having access to it everytime, so, I'm looking for a mobile device that could run emacs and org, and that I could keep in sync with my laptop.

What do you think?

Any suggestions appreciated,


Hi Marcelo,

I am in the middle of writing a tutorial for worg on using org on mobile devices. The short answer to your question is that there isn't really a pocketable device that runs emacs at the moment. Nokia's Maemo platform can run emacs, but I would call it pocketable.

So there are a few alternatives:

Use a device that can run ssh and ssh into one of your computer to run emacs in a terminal. Nokia, Android and Windows Mobile all have devices with ssh clients.

Use org-publish to make your files available as html or pdf. This gives you a read only version of your org files.

Use one of the services like reqall that can accept input via voice, Instant Meaaging, etc and publish it as an rss feed. You can then use one of the scripts available to import this into your org files.


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