Reading the blog on small iPads. Hmmm.

 One of my readers wrote to ask about the readability of the blog on an iPad. I'll take a stab at answering but I probably need some additional info from other readers who have a successful time reading the fonts on their iPads. 

As I understand it, Blogger, who hosts the blog and provides templates for content creation, makes several formats available. One is formatted for traditional desktop viewing and another is set up for iOS or phone operating systems. The iPad uses iOS as its operating system so the hope is that the iPad automatically gets the slimmed down version with font sizes optimized for viewing on the smaller screen. 

When I open VLS on my phone it seems to automatically select the right format and it is readable even on my small phone screen (10XR). 

There might be an icon up in the bar with the URL that one can click to switch between systems or formats. 

Can someone who uses an iPad to read the blog respond and flesh this explanation out a bit?

Thanks, Kirk

Thanking Phil for pushing me to research the intent of the T-shirts in a previous post.

 Turns out it's anti-Joe Biden, anti-Liberal, hate thing promulgated by the reich-wing here in the USA. You can Google the t-shirt slogan if you want more info. I'd suggest you not bother.

I'm not a fan of fascism or child indoctrination in hate speech so as soon as I researched this I raced back to the blog and deleted those images. 

Sorry to not have done my research sooner. 

I have friends on both sides of the aisle but I draw the line at nasty hate speech and adolescent innuendo. 

Reasonable people can disagree but there it is. Ageism is just as nasty as rascism. 

thanks for the push Phil. 

Revisiting the Panasonic G9. Diving a bit deeper with the Panasonic/Leica 42.5 "Nocticron". And embracing today's dry heat.

Walked. Shot. Posted. 


An unedited, editorial style, street portrait.


couple on Sixth St. at 2:00 pm today.

Panasonic G9 + Pana/Leica 42.5mm f1.2