#GMail is harmful to e-mail ecosystem; its antispam blocking policy matches too many valid messages as spam.

It blocked LastPass email leak warning email, because it contained "a link" to a leaked site.

It blocked an e-mail from goverment agency addressed directly to me.

It discriminates all non-gmail servers, and it's pretty much impossible to own a private SMTP server these days, because GMail will classify everything as spam.

It's not how e-mail should work.

Consider dropping GMail.

After reading the user manual at least four times, there's no "what to do" for this case.

This Seagate NAS has been just the biggest pain in my ass today. First it wasn't active on the network, then all of a sudden it just won't boot properly.

While I enjoy the redesigned volume indicator in iOS 13, I find it awfully silly that people had such strong opinions/feelings about it.

Nobody can do anything in this world alone. Always remember that.

I’ve been playing far too much Breath of the Wild lately, but it’s such a fun game how could I not?

More information here:
cleanwateraction.org/2019/08/0

The representative certainly seemed very distracted by the cat, but still managed to make some great points.

Someone on behalf of Clean Water Action just stopped by to talk about something the EPA is trying to pass. More or less a loophole to make it easier to pollute our drinking water and harder to penalize them as well as making it harder for states and tribes to have a say in federally permitted projects.

I’d love to donate but I’m just so financially strapped lately.

@starseeker No. They have limits on the use of their *servers*. Not their *data*. That's a big difference.

anti ie 

anti ie 

Once I got past that, Safari seemed to handle SVGs differently than *every other browser*. But I think I fixed that without breaking anything else.

I was very happy with the progress but then I checked it out in Safari.

Turns out the IIS default welcome page crashes Safari **hard**. I had to mash Command-W as soon as Safari launches to close the tabs before it froze again.

Today was a very productive day at work considering the events of last night.

I resolved a bunch of issues with out web app in IE. I almost just want to show a pop up to IE users telling them they’re wrong but my company won’t allow that.

I just watched a spider attempt to jump on me from my bedroom wall!

But, it's not a "recipe site", so I don't think I'll be making an obvious link to the list of all recipes.

I’m using jekyll’s frontmatter to store the ingredient list, and then the body of that page is the instructions.

I’m adding a section to my site to share recipes I’ve created or vastly adapted from originals. It’s coming together nicely!

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