@matigo I’d count talking as opposed to yelling as win enough. Dang kids are loud!
@variablepulserate my laptop password is like 25 characters, so Touch ID is way faster there
@peemee ugh i wish macOS would do more updates without requiring a restart. It feels like Windows these days
@matigo funny - i’d move a few into the drought that is the first half of the year instead. They all cluster so much toward the last few months of the year here.
@matigo my favorite feature of fancier thermostats is letting you set a range for it to heat and cool into as needed, rather than a single target to only heat or cool to based on a toggle. my attic office has the toggle, and i regularly wind up needing to flip it mid-day this time of year to go from heat to cool, then back again the next morning.
@matigo I did manage to get in later that day. And then the view/save statement PDF link didn’t work on mobile. Maybe it’ll be less awful by the time I actually have to worry about it, in 30 or so years. 🤞🏽
@matigo They don’t even have a status page. “As far as our records show, we have 100% uptime! Or 0%. But look on the bright side!”
Every 6 months I check my Social Security statement. And somehow the website manages to be down about half the time. 😔
@variablepulserate I do most of my reading using the Libby app that replaced the painfully awful Overdrive. But also on Kindle they seem to work quite well too. I have a Paperwhite from 4-5 years ago, and the ebooks I’ve sent over there work great.
@variablepulserate Ebook quality has been surprisingly good. I remember them being really crummy a decade ago. I guess publishers learned some things, and file formats and renderers also improved.
And yeah, I never really did audiobooks before e-borrowing. And they are crazy expensive to buy. But from the library? Awesome!