While I very rarely use TeX these days, I’ve been using a Markdown processor that follows TeX’s “2 hyphens → en dash, 3 hyphens → em dash” convention, and I realized I’ve internalized “—” instead of “–” as the way to type an em dash now.
I just had a good App Clip experience in the wild! A restaurant check had a QR code that brought up an Apple Pay applet with the total and a tip option.
I’ve settled on Ulysses as my main prose writing program now, despite my reservations about its not-quite-Markdown. I’ve installed the Duo font from iA Writer, though, and use my own theme. (It’s called “Nota Bene,” and it’s in the official Ulysses theme gallery.)
How you know someone is a technical writer: they not only read the manual first, they judge it
Even in 2021, any new server-side web app with even a vain hope of being installed by people who are tech savvy but not modern web nerds should probably still be written in PHP. True or false?
Occasionally I buy a new domain name on the theory that it will spur me to actually create the associated dream project. One day this may actually work!