Wikipedia experts: in the Android app, articles have subtitles. The one for “Personal wiki” has been vandalised. I can see from the edit history that the article body had similar vandalism, quickly reverted.
1. I can edit this "article description" in the app. How can I do this on the web?
2. Is there edit history for this subtitle/description?
My new science fiction novel, "Situation Normal", comes out in December! Here's the cover reveal: https://www.candlemarkandgleam.com/2020/07/27/cover-reveal-situation-normal-by-leonard-richardson/
And my blog post: https://www.crummy.com/2020/07/27/0
Any recommendations for a USB audio interface with the following properties:
- at least 1 XLR socket for a mic
- at least 1 ¼" socket for a guitar
- MIDI in/out for my DrumKid which has Ye Olde MIDI connectors
- works well on the Year Of Linux On The Desktop
(Or should I get a separate USB-MIDI cable? Most compact & reputable USB interfaces seem to lack MIDI these days.)
@federicomena yo, when you get bored of migrating C libraries to Rust, can I interest you in migrating some Haskell code to Rust? :p
Niche bot idea: animations in the style of Dasher, but only with English words that can be typed with alternating hands on a Dvorak keyboard.
For the curious, I've attached a screenshot of the distribution of the lengths of such words, with one example at each length.
I once worked in “film” and it was weird.
Please enjoy my occasional @blog posts
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