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Re: HowTo: Run a hook when a buffer becomes "current"

From: raman
Subject: Re: HowTo: Run a hook when a buffer becomes "current"
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:18:50 -0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Marcin Borkowski <address@hidden> writes:
Re installing emms playlists as soundscapes -- I dont see why not --
take a look at the code -- should be easy to do.

One reason I eventually landed on randomly repeating nature sounds: With
music playlists, streaming radio etc -- the media that is playing
changes  without being in lock-step with what you're doing.

My intuition (completely unproven at this point) is that such switches
were actually preventing me from focusing fully on my current
activity -- and where I was fully focused, the change in music as the
result of one track ending and another starting actually took my focus

The reason I built this prototype where those changes are in lock-step
with my own activity changes wer   specifically to mitigate that.
That said, this is all still conjecture that will either be proven or
disproven by usage over time.

emacspeak/lisp/soundscape.el should be runnable in vanilla Emacs -- let
me know if you happen to try it and hit any issues 

> On 2015-12-18, at 04:19, raman <address@hidden> wrote:
>> 1 line summary:
>> Adding "Soundscapes" -- quiet ambient  nature sounds, that  play in the
>> background, and change based on what I'm doing -- eg programming vs
>> communicating vs writing.
> Raman, that sounds really, really cool!
> Will it be possible to install e.g. Emms' playlists as soundscapes?
>> Take a look at the docs here 
>> http://tvraman.github.io/emacspeak/manual/soundscape.html#soundscape
>> --raman 
> Best,


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