Matthew Perry’s humor has always been the one I wished I had more of. May he rest in peace.
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There’s a nice shot of the University of Zurich in Oppenheimer. But it should probably be of its neighbor, the ETH, instead.
The latest Microsoft Teams feature is one I love: The app silently quits every time I connect an external display.
What were the odds that the Sauber logo would ever appear in an Apple keynote?! 🤯
We lost a true icon, today. One of the most famous fellow Swiss citizens. Rest in peace, Tina.
CS Taken Over by UBS
That the failing of a bank I had never heard of could lead to the collapse of such an institution this quickly, I didn’t think was possible:
The […] move represents the unwinding of a 166-year-old institution created to finance Switzerland’s rail network that ascended to the top echelons of finance, at times standing toe-to-toe with American titans like JPMorgan Chase.
I bought a ticket to tonight’s Nada Surf concert in February 2020. They’re that good.
AVIF Images in iOS 16.0’s Safari
I noticed that some of my (album cover) photos don’t display in Safari on the newly released iOS 16. Xe Iaso had already posted about problems, as well. To me, it looks like the exact same issue: AVIF images encoded with
go-avif appear broken.
As there is a WebKit bug report now, I’m wondering whether the encoding is actually the problem, as the images have also been showing fine in Firefox and Chrome.
Fixed some AVIF images not rendering because of their container format.
(Changing the “major brand” from
avif in the file type box of the images would have also worked.)
If you’re referencing “today” in a blog(!) post and no date is present (neither as content nor as URL part), you’re doing it wrong.
Mail Merge in Pages Is Finally Back
Apple — finally — brings back Mail Merge to Pages, after sacrificing its Mac OS version for iOS.
Or, as Dan Moren writes for Six Colors:
The feature […] got the axe in 2013’s version 5.0, when Apple redesigned its iWork suite to give even footing across the iOS, iPadOS, and macOS platforms.