Once in a while, in a very short time span, good ideas occur.
Someone came up with the idea of using a printer cartridge (handheld) to create a handheld printer.... Maybe the result isn't that great but one have to give this guy 9 out of 10, just for coming up with the idea.
It looks like there is a possibility that a song will not download, in iTunes (application) it will show as "Download error. Tap to retry". From that point onwards, one can tap, and continue to tap, and nothing will solve the issue. The way to remove that song from the download queue, is to tap, and hold on the cover art, and swipe right, that will change the download icon to 'delete' and one can remove the song from the queue.
I decided to switch ISP, mainly due to Hiper (Danish) was using a VLAN for their connection which made pfSense and my APU3 board require a reboot everytime I changed anything. Kviknet has a good reputation (wonder why) in Denmark, they are not cheap and they have the same opening hours as everyone else - meaning until 16:30 and closed during weekends. I sometimes wonder how companies who need 24/7 internet get on with that ... well it's Denmark. Kviknet has an interesting way to do IPv6, your router get and SLAAC assigned IPv6 address on the public side (wan) and you get a ::/48 network from Kviknet to use on your lan. To some degree it does make sense, you can then configure your lan with static addresses as you see fit, and for dynamic assignment you use RA stateless dhcp *) ... which works for everything. (I need to get my piHole configured with an static IPv6 so that I can use that ...). pfSense is a pain, I do like it, but they are light years behind their main competitor
Some time ago, I read an article about why an "IKEA" would never happen in Denmark. Not that Swedes are anything special, or that Danes are't smart enough. But the argument is that to be able to create an IKEA, one would have to decide that things are only made to be "almost good enough", meaning that one know that the product is not perfect, it will not last longer than it was designed to last, and so fort. And any one in Denmark who would start a company would would do so to produce products which where the best of the best (I am not fully in agrement with that one). But lately that made me think about the stage of software quality, we know that it is impossible to remove all issues in software, the 90/10 rule still plays a role in our daily life. But we have gotten used to software which, we actually pay for, doesn't work, or it crashes, or causes data loss. The vendors, in many cases does not care, or tell us that it's caused by us using the software