When did Wikipedia finally start offering MP3s of their Ogg files? I can actually play the audio on their mobile site now!

iOS 10 added the expiration date feature at the system level. https://nabla-c0d3.github.io/blog/2016/08/16/ios10-changes/

iOS 7 broke TextExpander (among other apps) by reining in data sharing across apps using private pasteboards. https://smilesoftware.com/iphone/entry/how-ios-7-affects-textexpander-touch/

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matigo.ca.

I enjoy Rachel Kroll’s writings on corporate and computer dysfunction: http://rachelbythebay.com/w/

Corporate/career related http://rachelbythebay.com/w/2020/02/08/miss/

Entertaining hacks http://rachelbythebay.com/w/2020/02/18/ftp/

Computer stuff I hope not to screw up http://rachelbythebay.com/w/2020/03/05/bugs/

matigo.ca.

I aim to keep it up and running as long as I’m using it myself. (The one on my phone uses my dev cert rather than the shorter TestFlight license, though.)

joeo10.10centuries.org.

😀 Welcome back!

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dgold.10centuries.org.

😂 The icon colors are the specified ratio of milk, coffee, and cream in a Macchiato. ;)

variablepulserate.10centuries.org.

😃

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variablepulserate.10centuries.org.

Yup. Basing the UI around stacks of content has made putting new bits of metadata in surprisingly easy.

matigo.ca.

OTOH further thought on the renaming is that it sounds like we went from “cow piss” to “cow pickle”. Moving up the production chain. 🙈

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matigo.ca.

Interesting name history:

The name Calpis was constructed as a portmanteau, by combining cal from calcium and pis from Sanskrit sarpiṣ (/s̪əɽpiʂ/), meaning butter[3]. Primarily in North America, the name Calpis is changed to Calpico with カルピス in katakana either below or on the reverse side of the packaging.

“Pour a Glass of Calcium Butter”

Also a sensible regional renaming. ;)

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