I noticed a few places mentioning that emacs 23.2 has been released, and I went and read the changelog and noticed a few cool new things. Probably the best was down in the emacs 23.1 section. Yes, emacs now has an uptime command,
M-x emacs-uptime. That is awesome. My current emacs uptime (on my work machine): 4 days, 21 hours, 52 minutes, 47 seconds. What's yours?
P.S. if you aren't using emacs-server and emacs-client yet, you probably don't stand a chance in this contest.
P.P.S. Hmm, did Steve Yegge have anything to do with this new feature?