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Here is the code (extra space around the bracket to keep it from working):

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The question for me is, why does this produce the result, with the post title in the link? It seems that something else is kicking in. But why? I notice that when I change the “excerpt_length” I do not see a change in the what is produced.

Here is what it produces:

College Football on December Calendar page 2017-2018 College Football Bowl Games Calendar for iPhone, iPad, and Mac - -- 2017-2018 College Football Bowl Games Calendar for iPhone, iPad, and Mac -- (If you find an error in this calendar please leave a comment and I will take care of it. Thank you.) UPDATE: I've added the TV stations to the summary of each event. (Thanks for the idea, Cecil!) I've created the 2017-2018 College Football Bowl Game calendar for you and your iPhone and iPad and Mac. Click here to get it. If you're asked where to import the calendar, choose "New Calendar." When you're asked whether you want to subscribe to the Continue Reading
iOS 11... not yet! iOS 11: Should you install it? (No, not yet) - UPDATE December 2nd 2017: Apple released iOS version 11.2 today. It fixes yet another auto-correct issue (this one turns "it" into "I.T."), and it also fixes a problem that caused iOS devices to reboot continually if the date was December 2nd, 2017 or later. Yes, it would have been nice to get this update out before December 2nd 2017 arrived. If you have ANY version of iOS 11 on your iPhone, hurry up and update to iOS 11.2. UPDATE November 9th, 2017: Apple released version 11.1.1 to address the weird "type the letter I and Continue Reading
Christian Boyce on the radio - I'll be on the Digital Village radio program Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 discussing Apple's new iPhones. The Digital Village show starts at 7 pm Pacific time; my part of the show starts around 7:30 pm. UPDATE: here's a recording of my part of the radio program. You can listen to the show live by tuning to KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles using something called "a radio." (Kids, ask your parents.) You can stream the live show using this link on your computer or phone. And, if you miss the show, or just want to hear me Continue Reading
Red and blue Apple logo from invitation to September 2017 Apple Event Watch the Apple Special Event Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 - UPDATE (9-12-2017): Apple introduced an updated Apple Watch, an updated Apple TV, and three new iPhones. You can watch the entire presentation using this link. You can watch the special iPhone X video, featuring Chief Design Officer Jony Ive, using this link. UPDATE 2 (9-12-2017): I'll be on the Digital Village radio program talking about the new iPhones on Wednesday September 13th, 2017. Read about how to listen to the show (they do record it). It's that time again-- time for Apple to announce something exciting in one of their big Special Events. This event Continue Reading
Beats Headphones 3 Get Free Beats Wireless Headphones with Apple’s Back to School Promotion - Apple launched their annual "Back to School" promotion this morning, offering free Beats Wireless Headphones with purchase of a qualifying Mac or iPad Pro. You have to purchase between July 12th and September 25th, 2017 and to be eligible you have to be a college student, a parent buying for a college student, or a faculty or staff member at any grade level. If you're an elected or appointed member of a school board, or an elected or appointed officer of a PTA or PTO, you're also eligible. Buy through the Apple Online Store for Continue Reading
Christian Boyce dressed up like Uncle Sam Free 4th of July Fireworks Apps for your iPhone and Mac - -- Happy 4th of July -- It's the 4th of July, and that means fireworks. Here are some fireworks apps for your iPhone (or iPad) and Mac. Note: in the spirit of Freedom I am only recommending apps that are free. A fireworks app on your iPhone will help you pass the time as you wait for the sky to get dark enough for the real show to begin. Fireworks Arcade is the iOS fireworks app that I like the best. And it's free. Fireworks Arcade is free. You can let the app launch fireworks Continue Reading
Animated GIF showing decreasing cell phone reception. How to fix poor iPhone cell reception in your home and office - Do you have poor cellular coverage in your home or office? When you call people from your iPhone, do they ask you to repeat what you said, because the sound dropped out? Do they ask you to quit walking around-- even though you're sitting still? Do they say it sounds like you're in a tunnel when actually you're in your home? If you answered Yes to any of the above, you know how irritating these problems are. Fortunately, there is a solution, and it's easy, and it's free. The solution to your problems is WiFi Continue Reading
iOS 10 Photos app icon How to use the Memories feature in iOS 10’s Photos app - How to use the Memories feature in iOS 10's Photos appThe Photos app in iOS 10 introduces a great new feature called "Memories," and it's a ton of fun. I think you'll like it and use it a lot. The idea behind Memories is this: you've taken a lot of pictures, too many to manage, yet you'd like to go back and view your photos in a nice and organized way. The Memories feature does the organization for you automatically, behind your back, every day, producing mini-movies of your best photos grouped by date, place, Continue Reading
Text replacements are awesome! Set Up Your Own iPhone and Mac Text Replacements for Auto-Correct - Whether you're using an iPhone or a Mac, Auto-Correct is a real time-saver. Turns out you can set up your own "corrections" that expand into frequently-used words, phrases, sentences-- even whole paragraphs! (On the Mac, they call them "text expansions." On the iPhone, they're "text replacements." Either way, think of them as Auto-Corrects that substitute a lot of text for a little. Imagine typing a couple of characters in Messages on your iPhone and seeing it expand into a whole bunch of stuff that you didn't have to type! That's the power of these things.) Continue Reading
Press Home to Unlock How to Quickly Unlock Your iPhone or iPad with iOS 10 - -- How to Quickly Unlock Your iPhone or iPad with iOS 10 -- We used to unlock our iPhones and iPads with a simple "Slide to Unlock." It was easy. With iOS 10 it's different-- now it's a confusing "Press Home to Unlock" which often results in a "click / double-click / ooops that's Siri / oops that's Apple Pay" click-a-thon. When you finally get the thing unlocked you're not really sure how you did it because you tried so many things. It was better the old way, but we can do something about it. Continue Reading
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