Finally got around to adding the latest new coffees to the shop's web site. Also figured out what this year's Holiday Blend is going to be, but that's not available for sale yet. Hopefully I'll be able to finish up the work that needs to happen with that before it goes out for sale some time tomorrow.
I think today is the first day that the shop's web site has had multiple (2 so far) orders arrive on the same day. Anybody else need some coffee? https://wilsonscoffee.com/
Remember that episode of Star Trek where Bones finds that the solution to the ship's medical problem is to get everybody drunk? We should have an episode where that solution is discovered at the start of the episode and we get to see everybody trying to run a starship when they can't even walk straight.
(The important part of all of this, of course, is bringing back HyperCard. Everything with enough RAM/CPU/Storage should have some kind of end user programming capability pre-loaded. If you need the extra space to add that, just get rid of the Facebook app, nobody uses Facebook anymore and its presence immediately brands you as un-cool.)
Back in the early days of the Mac, basic mouse skills weren't common. One way Apple sought to help with that was by shipping a HyperCard stack that walks people through pointing, clicking, double clicking, and drag and drop. Now that we're in the age of undiscoverable gesture interfaces, could Apple help people get the most from their machines by pre-loading HyperCard with a stack showing people to two handed three finger unpinch to feed the fish?
Author of Typica software for coffee roasters.
This is a place for Typica users to connect and chat, but toots need not be related to that program or coffee roasting.