Creeping Emacs: Imma (Bitl)bee

In the continuing progression of Emacs taking over my life, I’ve found another service that can be replaced by Emacs: Google Talk!

For the rest of the world out there that has been using this for the last three years, please excuse my late discovery. Lately I’ve been lurking on the #emacs channel on freenode, keeping tabs on the conversation stream in the background. I was using Colloquy at first, which is a nice graphical IRC client on the mac, but I switched to ERC, an IRC client inside Emacs, and I was very impressed with how nicely it has integrated inside Emacs. Continue reading “Creeping Emacs: Imma (Bitl)bee”