On this month’s City Council agenda: inclusionary zoning, pot crackdowns in midtown, licensing landlords, and our financial future.
This City Council meeting will be a busy one, with taxis, bike lanes, Rob Ford’s replacement, the TORONTO sign, and more. Read my full preview at Torontoist.
Hello, friends. We’ve crawled out of post-budget recuperation to bring you this guide to the next City Council meeting. On this month’s agenda: SmartTrack, the East Gardiner, bees, tennis, ca$h for gold, Black Lives Matter, and more.
So last year I got a netbook with rather poor Linux support. I finally got elementary OS working on it (a blog post in itself), but for the past several months I was using Windows alone. And it was terrible, for many reasons.
- It looks like ass.
- Mobile and desktop elements are mashed together awkwardly and it just doesn’t work. A desktop user should never see a message telling them to “swipe down” to continue shutdown. Jesus.
- Literally every software download site is super dodgy.
- The default user is administrator by default??? No wonder people get viruses!
- No fucking compose key! Continue reading The GTK+ Compose Key…for Windows
You read the preview, now here’s the recap. Here’s key happenings from this month’s City Council meeting.