yeah, it's pretty good. Better in Japan than Canada, though. I don't think I can eat Uncle Bens ever again 🤣

sumudu.me.

nah, a slice of processed cheese. Then I put it in the microwave for 45 seconds to melt the cheese a bit and warm the tuna. The rice is already hot as it comes out of the rice cooker fresh 🤐

sumudu.me.

just the standard that I have enjoyed for years while living single: rice with tuna and a bit of cheese on top 👍🏻

sumudu.me.

Lunch complete. Now back to the day job stuff …

are you still using iCloud to sync? I'm still grandfathered into the "no need for a subscription" method. Really hope they don't force a migration in the near future …

sumudu.me.

we've spoken about "checklist programmers". It's why most business software is the way it is …

sumudu.me.

Hard to believe that I've been using 1Password for a decade …

on 10C they can, yes. Heck, you can use any characters you wish for your password on 10C. Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, emoji … they're all valid. There's no (real) length limit, either. 8 ~ 118-million characters for a password is fine for 10C.

It's bizarre that bigger companies do not offer similar things …

I wonder why so many Japanese websites insist on making people create passwords using only letters and numbers up to 20 characters in length. Either their back-end systems are not protecting those passwords, or … well … there is no other option. If passwords must consist of specific characters, then the back-end is either saving them in clear-text or with a bit-shifter … neither of which are secure 🤔

that's not too bad, then. Hopefully you won't have to deal with the golf ball-sized stuff this year 🤐

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