Just for fun, using Cursor to write about Cursor

I thought it would be fun to put Cursor to the test today on my daily blog post. I used Cursor to write a pretty cheesy post about Cursor: RAW.works - My Journey with Cursor: A New Wave in Coding and filmed the whole thing with Zoom Clips (Loom knockoff feature): Clips - Zoom

Since the Cursor team is too busy “focusing on bigger problems:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: to make their own documentation, the only “pre-work” I did before hitting record was to add a new custom @ doc source for https://cursor.sh.

One part that was pretty fun was telling Cursor to rewrite a section, by mimicking the style of other posts I’ve written (using @). I think this could make it really powerful for content creation.

One thing that I found offensive was that Cursor referred to me as a “developer”, which took a few iterations to correct. :rofl:

Very curious to see how other people are putting Cursor to work!

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Since the Cursor team is too busy “focusing on bigger problems :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: to make their own documentation

oh no