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Every search experience and userbase is different; that’s why Algolia makes it easy to configure exactly how typos are handled.

minWordSizefor1Typo (default: 4)

Typo-tolerance is only enabled once the query reaches a certain character length, defined in minWordSizefor1Typo . As soon as the word contains at least minWordSizefor1Typo characters, the engine will allow one typo in matches.


minWordSizefor2Typos (default: 8)

As soon as the query contains at least minWordSizefor2Typos characters, the engine will allow up to two typos in matches.


typoTolerance (default: true)

This setting can have 4 different values:

true : activate typo-tolerance

false : disable typo-tolerance

min : keep only results with the lowest number of typos.

strict : same as min, but + 1, meaning, keep the 2 smallest number of typos.


Typos are counted per-word . In the case of multi-word queries, it’s possible for each query word to have up to 2 typos, according to minWordSizefor1Typo and minWordSizefor2Typo .

per-word minWordSizefor2Typo

When typoTolerance is set to strict, we force the Typo criterion to be first in the ranking formula.


When using a sort-by attribute, we recommend setting typo-tolerance to min to reduce the number of potentially irrelevant search results.


By default, Algolia does not consider singulars and plurals as matches. You can override this default behaviour by setting ignorePlurals to true.

If activated, this feature is designed to match words written in the plural form if the query is in the singular form, and vice-versa. It’s built on a dictionary of singular and plural forms of words in over eighty languages. It works for simple plurals like hand ⇄ hands as well as more complex ones like feet ⇄ foot .

This parameter accepts a boolean or array value. We recommend passing an array of the specific ISO codes of languages you target. For example:

allowTyposOnNumericTokens (default: true)

When enabled, allowTyposOnNumericTokens tells the engine to also allow typos on numeric attributes. It makes sense to disable it in specific situations such as postal codes — if typos are enabled, any postal code query will return a lot of false positive results.


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Cook the potatoes

Heat the oven to 400°F. In a medium sauce pot, add the potatoes and enough lightly salted water to cover by 1 inch. Bring to a boil, reduce to a vigorous simmer, and cook until tender, 10 to 12 minutes. Drain and transfer to a large bowl. While the potatoes cook, toast the tortillas.

Crisp the tortillas

On a sheet pan (2 sheet pans) , brush the tortillas all over with 1 to 2 tablespoons (2 to 3 TBL) oil and season with salt; arrange side by side. Toast in the oven, turning halfway through, until crisp, 12 to 15 minutes. Transfer the tortillas to a plate. While the tortillas toast, prepare the onion and chickpeas.

Cook the onion and chickpeas

In a large frying pan over medium heat, warm 1 to 2 tablespoons (2 to 3 TBL) oil until hot but not smoking. Add the onion, season with salt and pepper, and cook, stirring occasionally, until starting to soften, 2 to 4 minutes. Stir in the chickpeas, tomatoes, and ¼ cup (½ cup) water. Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer, and cook until the chickpeas are completely tender and the sauce has thickened slightly, 6 to 8 minutes. While the chickpeas cook, prepare the chicory salad.

Make the salad and tamarind sauce

In a large bowl, combine the lettuce, 1 tablespoon (2 TBL) lime juice, cilantro, and 1 to 2 teaspoons oil and toss to coat. Season to taste with salt and pepper. In a small bowl, stir together the tamarind paste and 3 tablespoons (½ cup) very hot water. Using a fork, mix until a smooth sauce forms.

Finish the potato-pea filling

To the bowl with the potatoes, add the curry powder and 1 tablespoon (2 TBL) oil, season with salt and pepper, and toss to coat. Using a fork or the back of a wooden spoon, lightly mash the potatoes. Gently stir in the peas.
Transfer the tortillas to individual plates and spread each with a heaping spoonful of the potato-pea filling. Top with the chickpea mixture, tamarind sauce, and chicory salad and serve.

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Tiny Little Businesses (TLB) | by Andre Anita Chaperon

For Internet Marketers, Entrepreneurs, Freelancers, and Small Business Owners, Who Care About Serving An Audience Mattering To Them

“It’s like crack cocaine .”

Not my words.

I was chatting to a friend who runs a traffic agency. He’s probably one of the top three in the world at what he does. A category beyond World Class.

Names of the guilty were never discussed. We both respect and value client privacy.

He had been referred a cohort of clients who had all been relying on the PLF (Product Launch Formula) launch model.

For years they had been members of the (a group of who had all been frantically milking the launch cow).

The very first thing every single one told my friend was that they wanted off that hamster wheel and from the reliance on JV affiliate traffic to keep their businesses afloat.

However, the moment anything got difficult, every single one of them defaulted back to that model. he told me.

That’s kinda sad.

But such is the pull of our natural bias towards the easy and quick and shortcuts and “fill in the blank” solutions.

I’m no one special. But I’ve been smart enough to earn a full-time independent living online since 2003.

I’ve done a few things right (and a lot wrong), so I’ve seen a whole lot of the good, the bad, and the ugly. The evolution of nearly a decade and a half online.

And what I’ve learned is that as humans we’re hard-wired with traits and behaviors baked-in by a million years of primal human nature.

Live or die.

Eat or be eaten.

But many of these survival mechanisms don’t serve us anymore . Not one bit. Relics from a bygone era.

Yet they still RULE many (most) of us.

We gravitate towards the in-vogue, the secrets, the loopholes, and the sexy tactics over fundamental strategies .

The pull towards the promise of easy and fast over the hard and slow .

It’s our primal survival “safety switch” kicking in to save our ass . Our lower lizard brain playing the playground bully over our newer Neocortex.

Yet the paradox is that our asses don’t saving .

Savvy who understand these universal laws, leverage these flaws and biases to their advantage.

Nothing wrong with this, per se. Nothing at all.

But the thing with these tactics is that eventually, the persuasion stops working .

Blunt force persuasion has a very short “half-life.”

The workaround is to adapt, to change (or die out). CHANGE being the constant; the law of life :

And this same change is playing out in our “little” internet marketing subculture.

For the past decade “product launches” have become the staple (faux) “business model” for launch gurus . The status quo behavior of those seeking a 7 figure business at rocket ship speed.

It’s really been the ONLY way to quickly scale from zero to . From no business at all, to 7 figures within one successful product launch.

And every guru worth their salt in our little world has a 7-figure launch notch on their bedpost (or trying to engineer one, so they can be invited in from the cold, to come play with the cool-launch-cats).

It has become a badge of honor.

A rite of passage.

A requirement to get into the hallowed “Launch Club.”

But I can proudly say I’m not a member of The Launch Club. Early on I chose to stay out .

Not to drink the Kool-Aid.

To forgo the path to the Launch Club Promised Land with streets paved in gold (and tricked-out Tesla Model S’s).

Instead we went the other (longer harder) way. We when the zigged.

I’m not saying this because we’re better than anyone else. Hell, no. Not at all. If anything, we’re the dummies who turned our noses up at millions.

(I didn’t know it then, but we would avoid the “iceberg” that is now sinking so many businesses .)

For me it was just a decision (albeit a simple one), just like others who choose to worship at the altar of The Launch Club.

Neither being right or wrong.

Just a binary decision.

This or that.

Albeit a decision with .

And now, the inevitable is happening. Much like the dark story arc in Game of Thrones,

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Weather API

The observations data set provides access to current and archived weather observations from a variety of reporting stations. The primary source for observation data comes from METARs located at airports or permanent weather stations. METAR reports are generated once an hour, but if conditions change significantly, then additional special reports may be issued. Other sources, such as personal weather stations (PWS), may update more frequently but are not official stations used by NOAA.

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The following actions are supported with the observations endpoint:

The following parameters are optional unless otherwise noted:

The following filters can be passed to the filter parameter to reduce the results that are returned:

Use the following supported property keys when creating custom queries for your requests:

You can use the following fields to sort the data returned in your response:

The /[:endpoint]/[:action]? portion within the query template below can be exchanged with any of the examples. Also, please note you will need to input your client credentials in the [ID] and [SECRET] fields which can be found under the Apps section of the members area. /[:endpoint]/[:action]? client_id=[ID]client_secret=[SECRET]

Returns data for zip code 55403. /observations/55403?

Returns the observation for ICAO KMSP. /observations/KMSP?

Returns data for the closest observation to the location, specified. If no limit is specified, it defaults to a limit of 1. If limit = 1, returns a single observation object, otherwise return an array of observation objects. /observations/closest?p=45.25,-95.25

Returns up to 5 observations within 50 miles of zip code 55403 (Minneapolis) . Results will be sorted by distance (ascending) from zip code 55403 /observations/closest?p=55403limit=5radius=50mi

Returns the closest observation to zip code 55403 (Minneapolis) with a wind speed of 21.7 knots (25 mph) or higher. /observations/closest?p=55403query=wind:21.7

Returns an observation within the rectangle specified by the coords specified in the loc. The points should be top latitude, left longitude, bottom latitude, right longitude. For more than one observation use the limit parameter. /observations/within?p=45.25,-95.25,35.25,-85.25

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