@charl I have no words. That is utterly and obscenely unconscionable. Time for a public lynching of the monster? (Oh dear me, now I’ve probably taken it too far…but I have sisters…this is the sort of thing that is NOT OK)
@thedoctor Very true, though that’s primarily why I use Pocket in the first place: it placates my borderline OCD desire to “read everything ever and never lose an article” without ever *actually* spending 13 years of my life doing so. :D
@leenquin Despite the glycemic index effects (some honey varieties have higher GI ratings than cane sugar!), I suspect it’s probably the healthiest option. Just make sure you’re not getting diluted/processed honey from a grocery store (very bad).
@leenquin To clarify my earlier comment; I find that stevia leaf extract tends to work quite well in herbal teas such as rooibos or mint, where the leafiness melds well. I do love a good decaf earl grey, though, and for that I typically prefer sucralose.
@leenquin I do! Usually a 1:1 blend of sucralose (because it works, but will probably cause devastating health issues in the long term) and stevia (which works slightly less well in non-herbal teas, but in theory is healthier).
Q: Do you use sugar or any kind of sweetener (sucralose, honey, stevia etc.) in every cup of coffee/tea that you drink in a day? Vote on @polls at https://polls.abrah.am/polls/531a2bf8df981f0002aac36a
@germanshepherd The discussion was regarding 24fps vs 23.98fps video editing. So while editing at the wrong frame rate would make the VISUALS go out of sync, the audio…wow…no. Though audio recorders can drift over time, it’s not an FPS issue at all. Haha.