It’s odd experiencing a foreign “holiday” like St. Patrick’s Day. I’m not Irish, so I consider the current concept of this day as particularly American. Right or wrong, it seems to me this concept is true in many places.

I’ve experienced the day in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Mexico City, and Brussels. They’re all interesting in their own way.

This is my third SPD in Japan, and I possessed no idea it was coming. Last week I realized I missed Valentine’s Day.

My calendar needs an upgrade.

Odd day today. Yesterday was a mental health day where I mostly read and ate and enjoyed a few beers. Next week’s work will be crazy busy and I head out of town the following weekend on business back in the States.
Today is a good day to Get S#!t Done: The weather is nice but not too nice; there’s no local event I feel compelled to visit; and I’m in relatively good spirits. I can queue up some resources needed in the coming week and maybe even get to see some of the family at the end of my trip.
The problem: I have so many “open loops” right now I’m deep in inaction. Trying to sort what I’m going to tackle feels daunting. What better way to solve it than to do something not even on my list!
Enough of this noise. Time to get myself unwedged.

“… the Magic Keyboard I’m typing this sentence on is pretty robust and exists today, and feels way better to type on that the current MacBook Pro keyboard. Why can’t it be fit into a MacBook Pro?” ← again, my thoughts exactly.

Thanks to all for pointing out the error on the site. It’s an open bug on GitHub for Automattic’s JetPack.

Here’s the fix from the bug thread:

The following change to the core function get_the_content() eliminates the problem

if ( is_array( $pages ) ) {
    if ( $page > count( $pages ) ) // if the requested page doesn't exist
        $page = count( $pages ); // give them the highest numbered page that DOES exist
} else { 
    $page = 0;

… which I did from my Nexus 6P via ssh in a Termux session!