While in Columbus, I had the opportunity to hang out with Craig Muth. He's built an emacs-based framework called Xiki that is pretty awesome looking. Watching him use it is like magic! And, it is all written in Ruby, which is even cooler. It is a tree-oriented, wiki-based interface for pretty much living your entire life in emacs, even though he told me isn't one of those people who say you should spend all your time there. :)
While he and I didn't really get to pair that much, we had some fantastic conversations throughout the day, and I was very happy to get the chance to spend some time with him.
Interview with Craig Muth from Corey Haines on Vimeo.