When did Wikipedia finally start offering MP3s of their Ogg files? I can actually play the audio on their mobile site now!
@matigo 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/
@matigo 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/
@joeo10 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.)
@dgold 😀 Welcome back!
@variablepulserate 😂 The icon colors are the specified ratio of milk, coffee, and cream in a Macchiato. ;)
@matigo Yup. Basing the UI around stacks of content has made putting new bits of metadata in surprisingly easy.
@matigo OTOH further thought on the renaming is that it sounds like we went from “cow piss” to “cow pickle”. Moving up the production chain. 🙈
@matigo Interesting name history:
The name Calpis was constructed as a portmanteau, by combining cal from calcium and pis from Sanskrit sarpiṣ (/s̪əɽpiʂ/), meaning butter. 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. ;)