This was the place for Nicole Simon's personal podcast called Useful Sounds.
Tada list now served with umlauts.
31.03.2005 - 00:15 / filled under default
It is not as if I am only complaining about things. I just want them to work. A good example of what did not work was tada, the service for your free todo list. Which should get you into using (and paying) basecamp. But ... it was not able to keep umlauts. While I can read umlauts (öäüß) in their us-ascii equivilent (oe ae ue ss), I do type them.
Backpack helps you bring life's loose ends togetherI retested tada - and it does keep my umlauts now - great! We only have 2005, so silly me to expect a service like that to understand one of the most basic charsets ...
But, of course, also signed up for the new backpackit - as I am a curious person.
I am sure, the blank white screen after submittig my address was not supposed to be there but a nice confirm page, but hey ...
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I am Nicole Simon, 34 years old and located in Lübeck, Germany. This is my English blog with the Useful Sounds podcast which is now newly located at usefulsounds.com)
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