Glad to hear it, James Connell! We spend a lot of time thinking about how safety features like this have trade-offs with user experience, and how to balance them. Thanks for the feedback on how it felt from your end. If I can ask, what led you to figure it out and decide it was worth it?
They just don’t make mission statements like that anymore. I’ve always wondered about the exact source of that phrase — was it first published in Sept 1843 in the first issue?
Other governments are welcome to post on Medium. And many already do, such as the Nova Scotia Government, the European Parliament, and the New Zealand Labour Party.
The U.S. government has particular requirements related to its use of social media, so this amendment is directed at their needs. The folks at DigitalGov wrote this user-friendly summary.
Fun post. My personal unfounded theory — the craft glamor of IPA over the last decade or two relates to people liking metrics. IBUs give you an apparently meaningful number to note, cite, and I guess boast about. If beer drinkers want to ace the test, it’s predictable that brewers will teach to it. Is ordering a triple IPA the beer world’s version of lugging around Gravity’s Rainbow?
Hi, Keith. I take your points, thanks for taking the time to let us know. So, assuming such an API were rolled out in the future, which API terms would need to be tweaked for you to do what you want to do (and how)? Thanks…