1. Geekvids are back! In this short demonstration, I show how to use Keynote 09's magic move. I'm sure this will be obvious to many, but until today, I had no idea it was even there.

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  2. Previously we looked at using tags in vim (http://smartic.us/2009/04/05/using-ctags-in-vim/). Now we'll work at making it easier for you.

    Plus, is your ruby plugin for vim updated? Are you sure? If not, have a look http://github.com/vim-ruby/vim-ruby or http://github.com/bryanl/vimconfig

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  3. MacPorts comes with a great set of instructions on their site. Here are some things they didn't mention.

    I actually think this is going to be a multipart series. So much to talk about and so little time.

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  4. Too much code on the screen is a big distraction. In vim, this wasn't as straight forward as I thought it was going to be, so I'm sharing what I learned with you.

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  5. Now that you have your ctags created by git (http://smartic.us/2009/04/03/creating-ctags-with-git-hooks/), you now need a ctags tutorial. This one is light due to the fact I was trying to get it all in there in 2 minutes.

    Make sure to do a help :tags if you are in vim or consult the oracle and rub the tiki god totem if you use emacs.

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