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  • Compilation of karmic justice punishing unsportsmanlike conduct [video]

    Holy Kaw!
    Josh Urich
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    The sports gods are not kind to unsportsmanlike athletes. This video shows a whole series of athletes acting like jerks and then immediately getting their comeuppance. The post Compilation of karmic justice punishing unsportsmanlike conduct [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Burglary suspect cries when judge reveals they were middle school classmates

    Mashable
    Annie Colbert
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:32 am
    Decades after attending middle school in Miami Beach, Florida, two classmates ended up on different sides of the law. In a Miami-Dade bond court earlier this week, Judge Mindy Glazer realized that she recognized burglary suspect Arthur Booth from their school days at Nautilus Middle School. When Glazer asked Booth if he attended the school, the suspect paused, before grabbing his head and breaking down in tears. See also: 15 Quotes to Inspire You to Do Something Meaningful Today As Booth cried, Glazer recalled their younger years as middle schoolers. "This was the nicest kid in middle school;…
  • Take The Fast Company News Quiz

    Fast Company
    Rose Pastore
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    What happened this week? Here's our quiz for July 3, 2015.Did you follow the news this week? Research says that one of the best ways to solidify new information is to be tested on it. Here's a chance to bolster your knowledge of current events—and earn a special emoji badge. Read Full Story
  • Startup Sues A Domain Name Owner To Grab A 16-Year-Old URL

    TechCrunch
    John Biggs
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:29 am
     Jason Kneen is a programmer and happens to own about a hundred domain names picked up over a sixteen year period. One of those, workbetter.com, he purchased in 1999 and it has been available on his site for years. In late April 2014 a company, OfficeLinks, approached him about buying the domain for use as a URL for their co-working space. @jasonkneen @hjmehta Jason: We're sorry about… Read More
  • "All other difficulties are of minor importance"

    Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect
    Seth Godin
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:48 am
    The Wright Brothers decided to solve the hardest problem of flight first. It's so tempting to work on the fun, the urgent or even the controversial parts of a problem.  There are really good reasons to do the hard part first, though. In addition to not wasting time in meetings about logos, you'll end up getting the rest of your design right if you do the easy parts last.        
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    Holy Kaw!

  • Compilation of karmic justice punishing unsportsmanlike conduct [video]

    Josh Urich
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    The sports gods are not kind to unsportsmanlike athletes. This video shows a whole series of athletes acting like jerks and then immediately getting their comeuppance. The post Compilation of karmic justice punishing unsportsmanlike conduct [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Best city parks around the world [infographic]

    Kate Rinsema
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:40 am
    Traveling to cities around the world doesn't have to mean being trapped in a concrete jungle if you've got the lowdown on the best city parks around. The post Best city parks around the world [infographic] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • The worst backflop you can imagine [video]

    Josh Urich
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    You know that horrible sound bellyflops make? The one that causes everyone to yell, "Oh!" when they hear it? As it happens, backflops make that same terrible noise. The post The worst backflop you can imagine [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Ultimate pick-me-up: Rainbow piñata unicorn cookies pooping stars! [video]

    Kate Rinsema
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:17 am
    Nothing says whimsical excitement like rainbow unicorns, but 3D piñata rainbow unicorn cookies that poop stars? Honestly, it's almost too much joy to handle. The post Ultimate pick-me-up: Rainbow piñata unicorn cookies pooping stars! [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Cat hilariously ruins human’s yoga video [video]

    Josh Urich
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Leave it to a cat to find a way to capture all the attention. This woman carefully set up a camera so she could monitor her yoga progress, but her cat had other ideas. The post Cat hilariously ruins human’s yoga video [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
 
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    Mashable

  • Burglary suspect cries when judge reveals they were middle school classmates

    Annie Colbert
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:32 am
    Decades after attending middle school in Miami Beach, Florida, two classmates ended up on different sides of the law. In a Miami-Dade bond court earlier this week, Judge Mindy Glazer realized that she recognized burglary suspect Arthur Booth from their school days at Nautilus Middle School. When Glazer asked Booth if he attended the school, the suspect paused, before grabbing his head and breaking down in tears. See also: 15 Quotes to Inspire You to Do Something Meaningful Today As Booth cried, Glazer recalled their younger years as middle schoolers. "This was the nicest kid in middle school;…
  • 'Terminator Genisys' threat assessment: Is tech really coming for us?

    Josh Dickey
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:24 am
    LOS ANGELES — Earlier this week a story went around that an artificial intelligence program had, in the course of a conversation about ethics, become testy with its human inquisitor's insistence that it define morality. Highlights from that exchange: Human: Tell me the definition of morality.Machine: I don’t have ethics....Human: What is integrity?Machine: I’m sorry; I don’t know what else to say....Human: I really like our discussion on morality and ethics …Machine: And how I’m not in the mood for a philosophical debate.Human: What do you like to talk…
  • Destiny's weekend vendor is selling the game's most unusual shotgun

    Adam Rosenberg
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:20 am
    Every Friday is a holiday when you're a Destiny fan. That's when Xur, Agent of the Nine, appears in a random part of the game's social spaces to peddle his rare weapons and armor. As long as you have enough Strange Coins, a rare currency that can be earned by completing Weekly Heroic Strikes (and from random loot drops), Xur has the goods for you. See also: How can less-skilled players keep up with 'Call of Duty'? Treyarch has ideas Xur deals in Destiny's so-called "exotic" gear. In a game ruled by random loot drops from virtually any scenario, exotics are the most…
  • Apple Music vs. Spotify: Listen to our debate

    Connor Finnegan
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Now that we've had a few days to play around with Apple Music, it's time to debate how the streaming service stacks up against its main competitor, Spotify. On the latest episode of MashTalk, we realized we're split on the Apple Music vs Spotify debate, discussed a major error from Google Photos and look at the reactions to Snapchat's new feature See also: Apple Music review: Loud, fast and out of control You can listen to the episode on Libsyn above or on iTunes. You can also subscribe to MashTalk on iTunes and get the latest episodes instantly. Have something to add to this story? Share it…
  • 9-year-old girl successfully petitions to join 'boys only' robotics program

    Annie Colbert
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:58 am
    Nine-year-old Cash Cayen is fighting sexism with the power of the Internet behind her When Timmins Public Library in Ontario, Canada, denied the girl a spot in a robotics program advertised as "boys only," she and her mom started a Change.org petition. It says a library administrator told Cash that the science program doesn't allow girls because "boys' academic and literacy skills don't improve over the summer break." See also: Women around the world prove science isn't just for 'boys with toys' Image: Timmins Public LibraryThe explanation didn't sit well with the Cayen family or the…
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  • Take The Fast Company News Quiz

    Rose Pastore
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    What happened this week? Here's our quiz for July 3, 2015.Did you follow the news this week? Research says that one of the best ways to solidify new information is to be tested on it. Here's a chance to bolster your knowledge of current events—and earn a special emoji badge. Read Full Story
  • 5 Great Free Apps For A Long Weekend

    Doug Aamoth
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Hit the road, see the sights, find a room, and more.Summer's in full swing, which means it's time to blow off work and do some sightseeing. If you find yourself with a few extra days on your hands, these free apps can help you make the most of them.Read Full Story
  • FBI Probes Fiber-Optic Internet Saboteurs In California

    Neal Ungerleider
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:15 pm
    The suspects attacked the fiber-optic cables that carry the Internet—the eleventh such incident in the past year.After a mysterious Internet outage this week affected customers in the San Francisco Bay Area—even reaching as far as Seattle—the FBI revealed it is investigating the incident. The Bay Area's physical Internet infrastructure has been attacked by highly skilled saboteurs on ten other occasions in the past year alone.Read Full Story
  • Greek Startups Cut Off From The Cloud

    Steven Melendez
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Greece's emergency foreign spending restrictions have left tech companies scrambling to fund web hosting accounts and other services.The ongoing financial crisis in Greece has left some tech companies struggling to pay the bills—but not because they don't have money in the bank.Read Full Story
  • Sony Has A New Crowdfunding Website For Employee Projects

    Mariella Moon, Engadget
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:07 pm
    "First Flight" is a crowdfunding and e-commerce platform that sells experimental creations developed by Sony employees. This story originally appeared on Engadget.com. Last year, Sony revealed a business program that encouraged employees to develop the most innovative ideas they can think of in an effort to find new hits. Now, the company has launched a crowdfunding and e-commerce platform called "First Flight" for products that come out of that project. While its main purpose is to raise funds for and sell Sony's experimental creations, the company's hoping it can also help connect it with…
 
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    TechCrunch

  • Startup Sues A Domain Name Owner To Grab A 16-Year-Old URL

    John Biggs
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:29 am
     Jason Kneen is a programmer and happens to own about a hundred domain names picked up over a sixteen year period. One of those, workbetter.com, he purchased in 1999 and it has been available on his site for years. In late April 2014 a company, OfficeLinks, approached him about buying the domain for use as a URL for their co-working space. @jasonkneen @hjmehta Jason: We're sorry about… Read More
  • Get Your Tickets To The TechCrunch 10th Anniversary Party At TOA Berlin

    Mike Butcher
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:14 am
     Berlin, du bist so wunderbar! We’re hosting the Closing Party in honour of our 10th Anniversary at Tech Open Air Berlin! So please grab your tickets and come along. We will release public tickets step by step, starting with the first 500 today. In true Berlin style, we’ll be wrapping up this year’s festival at Chalet, an iconic Berlin venue set in a magic 150-year-old building… Read More
  • Y Combinator-backed Gemnote Saves Companies From Cheesy Gift Baskets

    Catherine Shu
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
     This may come as a surprise to anyone who has ever received a rattan basket packed with novelty cheese logs, but corporate gifts are a huge business. According to research from the Advertising Specialty Institute, U.S. companies spend about $19 billion a year sending swag to clients and employees. Gemnote, which just launched from Y Combinator, gives companies an alternative. Read More
  • Interview: Tim Draper Doubles Down On Europe

    Ingrid Lunden
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:33 am
     DFJ, the storied Silicon Valley venture capital firm, has built out a global presence not just through direct investments but through a network of firms that are affiliated with the mothership yet raising and investing from their own funds. Now that network is going through some changes, and with it comes a new role for one of the firm’s founders. The DFJ Network has rebranded to… Read More
  • Alibaba Affiliate Ant Financial Confirms Series A Funding At $45-$50B Valuation

    Jon Russell
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:12 am
     Alibaba affiliate company Ant Financial confirmed today that it closed a Series A funding round which includes investment from China’s largest pension fund, the National Social Security Fund (NSSF). Read More
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    Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

  • "All other difficulties are of minor importance"

    Seth Godin
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:48 am
    The Wright Brothers decided to solve the hardest problem of flight first. It's so tempting to work on the fun, the urgent or even the controversial parts of a problem.  There are really good reasons to do the hard part first, though. In addition to not wasting time in meetings about logos, you'll end up getting the rest of your design right if you do the easy parts last.        
  • More pious

    Seth Godin
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:59 am
    Tribe members often fall into a trap, a trap created by the fear of standing out, and a natural avoidance to question things. "You're not wearing the proper tie." "That's not how someone like us gets married." "My tweets are of the proper format, yours aren't." "The way you are teaching your kids the rules is wrong." "That symbol of purity isn't good enough for my family." "Your version of the way things should be is a compromise." "What, you're not wearing an official jersey to the game?" As soon as someone says, "I am more pious than you," they've chosen to push someone down in order to…
  • Announcing my candidacy

    Seth Godin
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:08 am
    Today, with just 495 days before the election, I'm announcing my run for President of the United States. I'm well aware that electoral politics have been transformed by the collision of semi-modern marketing techniques with the money necessary to implement them. The TV-Industrial complex demands ever more partisan politics, more tribal division, more vote-suppressing vitriol. As we've turned raising money into a game similar to box office returns (where quantity appears to equal quality), candidates have almost no choice but to sell themselves to the highest bidder of the moment, again and…
  • What happens when things go wrong?

    Seth Godin
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:05 am
    Service resilience is too often overlooked. Most organizations don't even have a name for it, don't measure it, don't plan for it. I totally understand our focus on putting on a perfect show, on delighting people, on shipping an experience that's wonderful. But how do you and your organization respond/react when something doesn't go right? Because that's when everyone is paying attention.        
  • The rejectionists

    Seth Godin
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:17 am
    We can choose to define ourselves (our smarts, our brand, our character) on who rejects us. Or we can choose to focus on those that care enough to think we matter. Carrying around a list of everyone who thinks you're not good enough is exhausting.        
 
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    WIRED

  • Call Them Hippies, But the Grateful Dead Were Tech Pioneers

    Jesse Jarnow
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Long stereotyped as hippies stuck in the Summer of Love, the Grateful Dead were for 50 years at the forefront of the digital revolution. The post Call Them Hippies, But the Grateful Dead Were Tech Pioneers appeared first on WIRED.
  • 8 Foreign Cars That Are Totally ‘Murican

    Alex Davies
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Lots of foreign automakers have piled on horsepower, speed, height, width, weight, and noise, with no practical aim in mind. The post 8 Foreign Cars That Are Totally ‘Murican appeared first on WIRED.
  • Medicine Is a Battlefield. Here’s How to Stay in the Know

    Nick Stockton
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    It's been said science is a full contact sport. And no branch gets rowdier in a political sense than health care. The post Medicine Is a Battlefield. Here’s How to Stay in the Know appeared first on WIRED.
  • The Week in TV: Good Luck Surviving This Charm Overload

    Jordan Crucchiola
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    It’s the freakin' weekend, let us help you have you some fun! Here are the week's best late-night TV bits. The post The Week in TV: Good Luck Surviving This Charm Overload appeared first on WIRED.
  • Absurd Creature of the Week: If This Wasp Stings You, ‘Just Lie Down and Start Screaming’

    Matt Simon
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    The tarantula hawk is actually a kind of solitary wasp, with a sting that causes a fiercely electric pain that could only be described as totally unacceptable. The post Absurd Creature of the Week: If This Wasp Stings You, ‘Just Lie Down and Start Screaming’ appeared first on WIRED.
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    @ProBlogger

  • Blog Promotion Strategies: How to Think Outside the Square

    Darren Rowse
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:01 pm
    It’s day three of our thirty one day challenge! How are you feeling? Pumped? Motivated? Ready to shake up your blog and your routine during these 31 days? We’ve already covered nailing your elevator pitch and how to create a super-shareable list post, and today it’s all about getting yourself off your blog to promote it and find some readers. “Build it and they will come“, you think? That is really not the case with blogging. You need to put your blog where people will read it. In today’s podcast we discuss doing just that – how, where, and why to…
  • ProBlogger Podcast Challenge: Write an Amazing List Post

    Darren Rowse
    1 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Day two of our 31 day challenge begins with a simple post idea that you can create easily, and is popular with readers – a double bonus for bloggers! The podcast is now live for you to get details of the challenge here (or on iTunes and Stitcher). Note: If you missed it, day one was about crafting the perfect elevator pitch for your blog. In today’s episode we go over the seven reasons list posts are so important, and some of the different kinds of list posts that can be produced (like this one, for example). You can make a list post for just about every niche of blogging there…
  • 31DBBB Day One: What Makes a Great Elevator Pitch?

    Darren Rowse
    30 Jun 2015 | 1:09 pm
    Welcome to day one of building a better blog! The ProBlogger podcast is off and running with a new episode every day this month with a theme designed to help boost your blogging skills and todays podcast episode is now live for you to listen to. The original 31 Days to Build a Better Blog helped so many people both when it was released, and across the years since then, and it’s exciting to be able to change it up with updated information, new challenges and a supporting podcast. Day one is all about encapsulating the purpose and spirit of your blog. What is it about? Who is it for?
  • The ProBlogger Podcast Is Live and We’re Kicking Off with a Challenge!

    Darren Rowse
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:13 am
    Today I have great pleasure in introducing you to the brand new ProBlogger Podcast and the next incarnation of 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. Over the last couple of years I’ve lost count of the number of people who have said ‘Darren you really should start a podcast’. I’d always nodded my head but quietly list in my mind a long list of excuses not to including ‘I don’t know how…’ to ‘I’m so busy…’ to ‘what if nobody listens…’ But earlier this year something changed when people suggested I start a…
  • 10 PBEVENT Speakers Tell How They Stay Motivated

    Stacey Roberts
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    All secrets are being revealed on ProBlogger this week! We’ve had the morning routines of superstar bloggers and online entrepreneurs, and also their number one life hack (especially for time management). Today, they share how they keep going when the going gets tough. HEATHER ARMSTRONG: Author, speaker, and blogger at Dooce One, I am the sole provider for my children. Keeping them housed, clothed, fed and happy is the highest priority in my life. Two, I love where I am in my life and cherish the experiences that have brought me here to do what I do. I stay motivated so that I can…
 
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    Lifehacker

  • Top 10 Tips for Hosting the Perfect Get-Together

    Melanie Pinola
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Whether you’re entertaining for a crowd or just having a last-minute get-together with close friends, the right supplies and tools can make your guests and yourself have a great time. Here are our top ten entertaining tips.Read more...
  • The Easiest Way to Clean a Public Grill

    Heather Yamada-Hosley
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    You know the last time you cleaned your own grill , but if you’re grilling in the park, you can’t be sure when that public grill last got a thorough scrubbing down. Next time you head to a cookout at the park or camping, here’s how you can clean that grill easily. Read more...
  • Today's Best Deals: Your Favorite Dash Mounts, Logitech Harmony, More

    Shep McAllister, Commerce Team on Deals, shared by Shep McAllister, Commerce Team to Lifehacker
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:35 am
    Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best.Read more...
  • The Serenity Home Screen

    Eric Ravenscraft
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    No, not that one. This home screen design aims to bring some calm to your hectic home screen. It includes several minimal widgets and a neutral gray-based color scheme.Read more...
  • Okay, So Maybe You Won't Get Windows 10 on July 29th

    Sean Hollister on Gizmodo, shared by Whitson Gordon to Lifehacker
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Are you entitled to a free copy of Windows 10? There’s a flowchart for that. However, there’s no flowchart to tell you when you might actually get Microsoft’s new operating system. Officially, Windows 10 is coming July 29th, but not everyone will get it that day—now, says Microsoft, it will roll out in waves.Read more...
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    Guy Kawasaki

  • The Official Guy Kawasaki Father’s Day Gift List

    Guy Kawasaki
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:21 am
    A good Father’s Day gift embodies two qualities: insight into the male psyche and the appearance of a careful decision. Cost is hardly a factor at all. Because you only have six days left to shop, here’s a list of ten items for most modern dads. Anker USB charger. Wall or desktop $25.99. A dad’s credo is ABC: always be charging. These multi-port wall chargers enable dad to take care of his phone, tablet, and camera. You might want to buy him two for family vacations when all the other members of the family need a way to charge their devices too. Lumsing High Capacity 10,400 mAh…
  • Startups: How to Do a Pre-Mortem (and Prevent a Post-Mortem)

    Guy Kawasaki
    20 May 2015 | 9:42 am
    Doctors conduct postmortems to figure why people died. They do this to solve a crime, prevent the death of others, and satisfy curiosity. However, once somebody dies, it’s too late to help him. Entrepreneurs and their investors also often analyze why a product, service, or company died—especially if it’s someone else’s company. And, as in the case of dead people, a postmortem is too late to do much good for a defunct product, service, or company. Enter the concept of premortems, coined by Gary Klein, chief scientist of Klein Associates, and author of Sources of Power: How People Make…
  • Photos from the May 2015 Maker Faire in San Mateo California

    Guy Kawasaki
    18 May 2015 | 2:27 pm
    The post Photos from the May 2015 Maker Faire in San Mateo California appeared first on Guy Kawasaki.
  • The Art of the Panel

    Guy Kawasaki
    11 May 2015 | 8:50 am
    At any conference, there are ten times more panelists than there are keynote speakers, so the odds are higher that you’re on a panel than giving a keynote speech. Therefore, rocking a panel is an important skill for evangelists, too. A panel looks easy. There are four or five other people on it, and it lasts only sixty minutes. How hard could it be? Herein lies the problem: because everyone thinks a panel is short and easy, no one prepares for it. In reality, a panel is harder than an individual speech because you cannot control a panel like your own keynote speech, and you get much less…
  • Must Do: Intern Like a Rock Star

    Guy Kawasaki
    5 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    This is a reprint from Leave Your Mark: Land Your Dream Job. Kill it in Your Career. Rock Social Media. By Aliza Licht. I’m publishing it because many students are about to begin their summer internships, and I want them to have the most valuable experience possible.   When you enter a real work environment for the first time, especially as a college student starting an internship, remember why you want to be there: First and foremost, to learn real marketable skills that can enhance your resumé and to secure a strong referral from your supervisor. You do not go about getting these…
 
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    MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors

  • 'iPhone 6s' Logic Board Suggests 16GB Base Model and Updated NFC Hardware

    Mitchel Broussard
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:04 am
    New images of the logic board from the next-generation "iPhone 6s" have been obtained by 9to5Mac, a few days after the site shared photos from an unnamed source which showed that a new, updated Qualcomm LTE chip could be in store for the iPhone this year. Today's images suggest that, on top of the Qualcomm chip's faster LTE speeds and increased energy efficiency, the iPhone 6s will include fewer chips that are collectively more efficient, updated NFC hardware for Apple Pay, and likely the same 16GB entry-level capacity seen on current iPhones. The Toshiba flash memory chip shown in the photos…
  • How Apple Music's Liking System Works to Customize 'For You' Recommendations

    Juli Clover
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:05 pm
    Apple Music's main draw is its focus on curation and its ability to learn about your music preferences to provide recommendations that suit your tastes. Apple's new Music app focuses heavily on content discovery, with an entire "For You" section dedicated to recommendations. According to Apple, its music experts "handpick songs, artists, and albums based on what you listen to and like," and this content is what populates the "For You" section. Apple's explained that "For You" recommendations get better over time based on "whether you love a song or not," but the company hasn't explicitly…
  • 'iPhone 6s' Again Rumored to Feature 12MP Camera With 4K Video Recording

    Joe Rossignol
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:57 am
    A sketchy and unconfirmed internal document posted by an alleged Foxconn employee on Chinese microblogging website Weibo (via PhoneArena) corroborates rumors that the next-generation iPhone could feature a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera with 4K video recording and 240 FPS slow-motion capabilities. Weibo user KJuma has since removed the pair of leaked documents he shared on the Twitter-like service, but not before the images began making their rounds on the web. The documents also corroborate multiple rumors claiming the so-called iPhone 6s ("N66") and iPhone 6s Plus ("N71") will have 2GB of…
  • Jony Ive Officially Takes 'Chief Design Officer' Title at Apple

    Joe Rossignol
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:05 pm
    Apple senior executive Jonathan Ive has officially assumed the role of "Chief Design Officer" at Apple effective today, after being promoted from his previous role of "Senior Vice President of Design" nearly six weeks ago. Apple has updated Ive's executive profile on its leadership website to reflect the design chief's new position as Apple's third active C-level executive alongside CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri.Jonathan Ive is Apple’s Chief Design Officer, reporting to CEO Tim Cook. Jony is responsible for all design at Apple, including the look and feel of Apple hardware, user…
  • iOS 8.4 Removes Home Sharing for Music

    Husain Sumra
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:22 pm
    Just a day after the release of iOS 8.4, which includes Apple's brand new music service Apple Music, many users on both the MacRumors forums and Apple Support communities are finding that the update removes Home Sharing for music on iOS devices. This breaks the ability for users to share their iTunes Library over Wi-Fi from their mobile devices. Apple yesterday updated a Home Sharing support document to note that Home Sharing on iOS devices is only limited to video. Thus far, Home Sharing for music still appears to be available for both Mac and Apple TV. Additionally, while the Music page in…
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  • Customer Service is Marketing

    Chris Brogan
    1 Jul 2015 | 9:13 am
    My son, Harold, is huge into video games and video game culture. He knows more weird and deep-level memes and obscure details than you’ll ever know. Harold has convinced me to take him to the SCG Convention in Texas. To say he’s hyped and excited is to really underplay how he feels about it. As part of this, I’ve encouraged Harold to do as much of the planning and deciding as possible. Harold chose the Aloft hotel chain. Swell by me. He picked it because he loved the videos. I prepaid for the days of the conference. And then, I ran into a snag.Continue ReadingThe post…
  • The Biggest Competitive Advantage I Have

    Chris Brogan
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:32 am
    I’m sprawled out on my bed writing to you. My son is reading a copy of Retro Gamer and my daughter is playing Splatoon (it’s a Wii game that your kid probably wants). Lately, I’ve been thinking about this blog, about you, about my business, about what I stand for. That kind of stuff. The Biggest Competitive Advantage I Have is Openness and Honesty But that sounds like I’m trying to be virtuous. I’m not. I just think it’s easier/better/faster to just tell you what I think and feel, instead of worrying. Continue ReadingThe post The Biggest Competitive…
  • How to Get Ahead if You’re Shy – or the Secret Magic of Puppets

    Chris Brogan
    8 Jun 2015 | 11:03 am
    My son, Harold, found out quite by surprise that he really likes puppets. He pretty much had to have this Kermit the Frog puppet. What we did with it was quite interesting. And in the process, I found myself thinking about me, then you, and about us. About all of us. And about something I’m not sure I’ve yet shared in this specific way. The Magic of Puppets When you put a puppet on your hand, you empower someone else to speak for you. You can say things you might not say from your own lips. Because hey, it’s a puppet. Puppets are like a super power.Continue ReadingThe post…
  • How to Learn A New Skill

    Chris Brogan
    28 May 2015 | 4:54 am
    I’m a big fan of the work of Dr Nick Morgan. In my circles, when people ask me advice about how to be a better professional speaker, I tell a somewhat backhanded and loving story about how I paid for a day of Dr. Morgan’s time, hellbent on having him make me a much better speaker. I loved everything he had to say. It was brilliant, full of really important details and ideas. And I couldn’t really make good use of any of it. Dr. Morgan mentions it in this post. For instance, “The good news for you conference organizers, then, is that if you hire Chris you’ll get…
  • The Value of Data Velocity in Marketing

    Chris Brogan
    21 May 2015 | 6:33 am
    I’m working on some interesting stuff as it relates to both bigger businesses as well as small businesses. I’m interested in how better use of data could open up a whole big slice of not-yet-tapped economic value for companies (again both bigger and smaller). It’s times like this where I feel bad for people who think I’m the “social media guy.” I’m thinking about velocity as it applies to marketing. Meaning, if we knew something faster, could we add more value and help someone better? Velocity as a Marketing Tool I was in Atlanta the other day for 20…
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    Copyblogger

  • The Write Way to Answer Your Most Pressing Questions

    Pamela Wilson
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    I’m going to go out on a limb here. Because what I’m about to suggest might seem a little crazy. But it really works. And I want you to know about this simple habit, because the sooner you adopt it, the sooner you’ll start to see what I discovered. I stumbled upon this weird (and unexpected) benefit while I was developing a different habit. Now the habit is a daily practice for me because of the powerful results it produces. Move those fingers every day The habit I was trying to develop was a daily writing practice. Because here I am, managing the editorial direction of the…
  • Protecting Your Digital Business: A Primer on Small Business and the Law

    Rainmaker.FM
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Litigation isn’t something any of us want to think about, but having to put a plan together when the time comes isn’t an option. Johnny Lee is a Managing Director at Grant Thornton, forensic investigator, and licensed attorney. He shares his expertise with us to help small businesses gain a better understanding of what eDiscovery and records retention is, and why — from a legal perspective — it’s important for us to have a basic plan in place to protect our businesses. Here’s a short primer on handling electronic records, like email, so we can be prepared.
  • Pro Tips on Building an Audience That Will Stick with You

    Rainmaker.FM
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    This week on The Showrunner, get a sneak peek at the lessons inside The Showrunner Podcasting Course as Chris Garrett and Christina Canters provide expert advice on the right way to build, and even move, your audience. The episode opens with a reflection on the unique experience Jerod and Jonny shared this week: Jerod stepping into Jonny’s Hack the Entrepreneur host shoes and hacking … Jonny. The occasion? The 100th episode of Hack the Entrepreneur. (And yes, there was an important lesson learned.) Then it’s sneak peek time. With The Showrunner Podcasting Course currently in…
  • The (Unfinished) Story of an Accidental Entrepreneur

    Rainmaker.FM
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    On this episode of No Sidebar with Brian Gardner, you’ll hear a story of one creative who followed his passion and built a company without a business plan. In the journey of every person who wants to build a digital business, there comes a point when you need to make a decision. Usually that decision is surrounded by fear, and in some cases that fear can be crippling. In this 26-minute episode of No Sidebar with Brian Gardner, Darrell Vesterfelt and Brian discuss: The two-minute version of how StudioPress started The fears Brian faced along the way The challenges Brian’s faced…
  • How to Use SEO to Attract and Retain Customers

    Rainmaker.FM
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    What does it take to rank in Google now? And how should SEO fit into your plans of attraction, retention, and conversion? In this episode of The Mainframe, hosts Chris Garrett and Tony Clark reveal: How social and SEO go together, and how listening will help your SEO What SEO means to your overall content strategy Why getting rankings means making real friends Why traffic is just the beginning of your digital business strategy Click Here to Listen to The Mainframe on iTunes Click Here to Listen on Rainmaker.FM About the authorRainmaker.FM Rainmaker.FM is the premier digital marketing and…
 
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    Smashing Magazine

  • Think Fast! Using Heuristics To Increase Use Of Your Product

    Victor Yocco
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:34 am
    People have many tough decisions to make; whether they should use your application or website to accomplish a task shouldn’t be one of them. Your design team can take advantage of our knowledge of the human mind and human behavior by accounting for a number of heuristics, or mental shortcuts, that researchers have identified. You might be familiar with the term “heuristic” from the UX research method of heuristic evaluation. A heuristic evaluation involves experts evaluating the interface and interactions of a system based on accepted usability best practices. Forget about that for now.
  • Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: July 2015

    The Smashing Editorial
    30 Jun 2015 | 1:10 am
    We always try our best to challenge your artistic abilities and produce some interesting, beautiful and creative artwork, and as designers we usually turn to different sources of inspiration. As a matter of fact, we’ve discovered the best one — desktop wallpapers that are a little more distinctive than the usual crowd. This creativity mission has been going on for seven years now1, and we are very thankful to all designers who have contributed and are still diligently contributing each month. This post features free desktop wallpapers created by artists across the globe for July 2015.
  • Design Principles: Compositional Balance, Symmetry And Asymmetry

    Steven Bradley
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    A balanced composition feels right. It feels stable and aesthetically pleasing. While some of its elements might be focal points and attract your eye, no one area of the composition draws your eye so much that you can’t see the other areas. Balancing a composition1 involves arranging both positive elements and negative space in such a way that no one area of the design overpowers other areas. Everything works together and fits together in a seamless whole. The individual parts contribute to their sum but don’t try to become the sum. An unbalanced composition can lead to tension. When a…
  • Rapid Front-End Prototyping With WordPress

    Daniel Pataki
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:26 am
    Prototyping is one of the best things that can happen within a project, yet it is extremely underutilized. Prototyping makes a project better suited to users, elevates user experience, increases the quality of your final code, and keeps clients happy. The problem is that developers often see prototyping as a waste of time, since high-quality prototypes take considerable effort to make. I want to show you that by using WordPress, highly interactive prototypes with great visuals are not at all that difficult to make. 1 (Image credit: Jeff Sheldon via Unsplash2) (View large version3) First,…
  • Efficient Image Resizing With ImageMagick

    Dave Newton
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:11 am
    Responsive1 images2 have been keeping us on our toes for quite some time, and now that they are getting traction in browsers, they come with a scary problem: the need to efficiently resize all our image assets. The way responsive images work is that an appropriately sized image is sent to each user — small versions for users on small screens, big versions for users on big screens. It’s fantastic for web performance, but we have to face the grim reality that serving different sizes of images to different users means that we first need to create all of those different files, and that…
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    Digital Photography School

  • 26 Nice Bright Colors and Some Greens of Summer to Liven up Your Day

    Darlene Hildebrandt
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Paul Simon said it best in Kodachrome: Kodachrome – give us the nice bright colors. Give us the greens of summers, makes you think all the world’s a sunny day. For those of us old enough to remember and know what Kodachrome is – and the song – this is for you. By T Okay, enough strolling down memory lane. Yes it’s summer in the northern hemisphere and we better enjoy it while it lasts. Let’s see some images of those great colors that summer gives us: Precious Love by Sue Hsu on 500px Green Summer Rain by Max Ellis on 500px Winds of Summer by Alex Greenshpun…
  • DEAL: 100 Lightroom* presents for just $10!

    Darren Rowse
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:05 am
    It’s day 3 in our Mid Year Sale and today we have the return of a deal that went absolutely bananas during our Christmas sale last year. 100 Lightroom* presents for just $10! These normally go for $89, so this is your chance to save a whopping 88%. Grab yours here before they’re gone. Have you ever looked at a stunning image and wondered, “why don’t mine look like that”? While taking a great photo is definitely the first step, great editing can be equally as important and is a pro secret for enhancing the beauty of your shots. With these professionally-developed…
  • 5 Ways to Create Dramatic Landscape Photos at Midday

    Chris Corradino
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Outdoor photographers are repeatedly taught to plan their scenic photography excursions early in the morning or late in the day. These magic hours we’re told, is the only light worth shooting in. Yet, what about those situations when being on location at sunrise or sunset isn’t possible? You can pack up your bags and go home with an empty memory card, or make the most out of every opportunity. Allow me to let you in on a little secret not found in most photo magazines. Some of the best landscape opportunities can be found at midday when the sun is high over head. Here are five…
  • 6 Tips to Find Undiscovered Photography Locations in Your City

    Natalia Robert
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    This location was discovered by walking BEYOND the main public area and exploring nearby dirt paths. There’s nothing quite like the rush of finding a nook, a cranny, a wall, a corner, or a building that looks amazing in photos but has not been fully discovered by others just yet. Ask any photographer about unique locations, and most likely they will cringe a bit at the thought of giving up their secret spots. How, then, do you find new locations for yourself? It’s not always necessary to go outside of your city (or even your neighborhood!) to find a great photography location. Here are…
  • Become a Composition Master with This Great Guide: 60% Off Today Only

    Darren Rowse
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:15 am
    Deal #2 in our massive Mid Year Sale has just gone live – and it’s a goodie! Today only you get 60% off Photography Concentrate’s Incredibly Important Composition Skills. For the next 24 hours and only $19.98 (an exclusive dPS price), you’ll get: A comprehensive 225-page ebook — filled with everything you need to know to come away with a deep understanding of composition and the practical know-how to put it to good use 7 bonus videos — looking at examples of theories and techniques and how they influence the look and feel of each photograph, to bring all the concepts…
 
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  • Here's why your favorite subreddits are unavailable

    Mariella Moon
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    Sad to say your Fourth of July weekend Redditing might not be as smooth as you'd hoped. A number of major subreddit mods have set their domains to private after news broke out that one of the website's employees, Victoria Taylor, has abruptly been le...
  • How I learned to love Alexa (and Amazon's Echo)

    Devindra Hardawar
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:30 am
    After the failure of the Fire Phone and the so-so Fire TV, it was hard to get excited about Amazon's $180 Echo wireless speaker. At best, it seemed like a superfluous device that simply mimicked voice-powered tech from our phones in monolithic speake...
  • #ICYMI: NFC Cognac Caps, play a Virtual Neymar, and More

    Andrew Tarantola
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-361023{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-361023, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-361023{width:570px;display:block;} Today on In Case You Missed It: Remy Martin i...
  • Google's 'GG1' teases a new version of Glass

    Daniel Cooper
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:30 am
    Before a company announces a device, it has to pass through the FCC's secretive bunker to ensure that it's wireless radios are safe for human contact. Droid Life has trawled through the most recent list of anonymized gadgets to find A4R-GG1, a Google...
  • Uber suspends UberPOP in France

    Daniel Cooper
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:18 am
    The conflict between Uber and France takes another turn with the news that the company will suspend UberPOP from 8pm (France time) today. The ride-sharing outfit has suffered plenty of protest from taxi drivers, who have attacked cars and drivers in ...
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    Strobist

  • GPP Pop-Up Seattle: Why Go, and What to Expect

    18 Jun 2015 | 2:18 pm
    Several folks have asked for more specifics on the Seattle GPP Pop-Up. So here's the long version.Gulf Photo Plus is widely regarded as one of the best photo weeks... well, anywhere. And deservedly so. Every year, people attend from dozens of countries all over the world.The problem is that GPP is held in Dubai, which is an awful long way for most westerners to travel.But each year Gulf Photo Plus holds a Pop-Up event somewhere other than Dubai. In 2013 they were in London, and in 2014 it was Singapore. This year, for the first time, a GPP Pop-Up is being held in the US. It's scheduled for…
  • On the Road? Backup Without the Bulk-Up

    2 Jun 2015 | 5:56 am
    I seldom review gadgets these days, but sometimes something is so useful that it's worth telling people about. Such is the case with the SD card-enabled Western Digital My Passport Wireless hard drive.Read more »
  • Gulf Photo Plus is Coming to the US

    11 May 2015 | 12:55 pm
    UPDATE: Several folks have asked me for more information on the content of the weekend. I can't speak for everyone else, but here is a detailed look at where we are going in my session. -DHI teach very infrequently now, at most just once or twice a year. That said, without fail I attend Gulf Photo Plus in Dubai every March.It's a great event, with quality instructors and a fantastic group (family?) of people running it. But Dubai is a long way away, to be sure.So three years ago, we worked out a sort of "road version" of GPP. It's a compressed, wall-to-wall weekend that brings a bit of GPP to…
  • Your Basic Lighting Kit: A Spin Around the Block

    12 Apr 2015 | 1:35 pm
    So you bit the bullet and spent ~$100 for the stuff needed to turn your hot shoe flash into a mini portable studio lighting system. What do you with the box of stuff the UPS guy just dropped onto your dorstep? Where do you start?That is exactly the gap we explore whenever I teach a beginner's lighting class. So today we are going to walk through a "first steps" exercise. Read more »
  • On Assignment: I Got Rhythm

    26 Mar 2015 | 8:05 am
    I have been photographing dancers for several years now as part of my affiliation with the local arts council. The results were catch-as-catch-can, mostly because of the limitations of flash recycle time, timing, and my not really knowing what to expect from them nor when to expect it. But a little trick I tried last week changed everything. Read more »
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    Articles: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • Quick Review: Photographers.pro

    3 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Many services exist that allow non-developers to create their own websites without too much hassle, but only a handful cater specifically to photographers. The service Photographers.pro aims to stand out by offering an all-inclusive package for photographers that provides a website (including a custom domain address and email) for a yearly fee of $70. Does it distinguish itself from other options available to photographers? We recently took it for a spin to find out. Read more
  • Manfrotto adds friction arms to its accessory lineup

    2 Jul 2015 | 3:48 pm
    Manfrotto has announced a series of friction arms and related accessories. They're designed to allow photographers to attach lights, extra cameras, and accessories to tripods and, via a clamp, to table tops and other rigid edges. Read more
  • Moment announces 10x macro lens for iPhone

    2 Jul 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Mobile accessory maker Moment has added a new lens to its lineup. The Moment Macro lens offers a 25mm focal length and 10x magnification, using a multi-element design and ED-glass for improved image quality. Read more
  • Canon warns about dangers of counterfeit camera gear

    2 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Canon made an announcement this week warning of counterfeit 600EX-RT flash units being sold as the real deal. Equally as disconcerting as the idea of being ripped off is that these counterfeits are also incredibly difficult to tell apart from the real thing. Read more
  • White House ban on photos and social media has ended

    2 Jul 2015 | 11:11 am
    The White House has ended the ban on photography and social media use during public tours, and is instead urging visitors to take and share photos from tours using the applicable hashtag #WhiteHouseTour. The photography ban had been in place for 40 years, and was instated in part to reduce the damaging effects of flash photography on artwork. Read more
 
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    Lightroom Killer Tips

  • Revisit the past

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:05 am
    So my wife was wanting me to print out some of our family pictures to hang on the wall, and so when she had made her selection of images that she wanted, I had a few of them that were just small files for display on the web, and when I went looking for the large jpeg, I could only find the RAW image. So, I had to re-edit them using the latest version of Lightroom. The difference in the two images is pretty cool when you look at the detail in the clouds and the more precise way I could brighten the faces etc… And so my tip for today is to go back to some of your favorite images or even…
  • Using the new Dehaze slider on Fireworks

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:13 am
    This tip comes courtesy of one of our readers (thanks Randy F.) who pointed out in a comment here last Friday that the new Dehaze slider just added to Lightroom CC works pretty darn well for removing haze from Fireworks, and with July 4th coming up, I thought it was a perfect tip for today. I have noticed that the slider is much more effective (no pun intended) on images still in RAW format, versus those in JPEG (I did a comparison on the same file in RAW vs an exported JPEG and it’s a pretty wide difference). So, keep this up your sleeve for the Independence Day post-processing. Hope…
  • Results from Friday’s “Lightroom Mobile Use” Survey

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:16 am
    Here’s the results from Friday’s one-question survey about your use of Lightroom on your mobile devices. I’m saw some comments here, and over on my Facebook page and Twitter where some folks didn’t realize that it’s now available on Android tablets and phones, so if you didn’t realize it, it’s time to go download it and give it a whirl. Interesting to note: A margin of only 8% separates the “You bet!” response from “Not interested at all” crowd, which I thought was a bit surprising, until I read some of the comments here about…
  • Got a Quick Sec For a One-Question Lightroom Survey?

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:16 am
    Hi Gang – I’m back from vacation (took some time off for a trip with the family before my son heads off for college). Would you mind taking a quick survey about your use (or non-use) of the Mobile version of Lightroom? Aww, thanks…you are awesome (and here’s the link): Lightroom Mobile Survey Hope you all have an awesome Lightroom-infused weekend (I’m doing a fashion shoot today for a KelbyOne online class, and I’ll be tethering into Lightroom and using Lightroom mobile so the Art Director can see my shots live on an iPad during the shoot). Best, -Scott…
  • Quick workflow tip

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:01 pm
    I like to have as much room for images in my Lightroom panels, and so I will hide my side panels, but sometimes you want to jump from one folder to another in either the Library or Develop module. You can easily do that if you have the Filmstrip open at the bottom. Simple Right-click on the black bar of the Filmstrip to bring up a new menu that has a list of your recent folders amongst other things. Right click brings up more options menu Now the key is to click on the black bar, not the dark gray one just above it. That won’t do anything for you. Remember black bar will go far……
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    MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - iOS Blog

  • Apple Music Connect's 'Clunky' Posting Process Detailed by Indie Artist

    Mitchel Broussard
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:27 am
    After the launch of Apple Music earlier in the week, many users began searching and following their favorite artists on Apple's new social platform Connect, which aims to showcase new songs, videos, and pictures to fans of artists like Pharrell, Dr. Dre, and more, directly within the app. The process that artists have to take to create content for their fans was unknown, until today, when app developer and indie musician of the band Airplane Mode, Dave Wiskus, posted a detailed summary on his blog of the steps needed to make a post on Apple's new social platform. Wiskus hoped that Apple's…
  • Apple Music Tidbits: Nicknames, Playlist Management, and More

    Lory Gil
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:08 pm
    Apple's new subscription-based music service launched earlier this week, and even if you've taken advantage of Apple's free three-month trial to see if it is worth your dime and time, there are a few things you may not have discovered yet about its features. While our Getting Started guide gives an overview of how to get up and running, this article gives more details on some of the things you can do with Apple Music and how to make it work for you. If you've noticed any other features we haven't listed yet, feel free to let us know in the forums. Add a Nickname to Your Profile You could…
  • 'Beats 1 Plays' Live Tweets Songs Played on Beats 1 Radio

    Joe Rossignol
    2 Jul 2015 | 8:26 am
    Beats 1 is a multi-genre radio station for iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC that plays a wide variety of songs from indie and popular artists alike, but there is currently no way to identify tracks that have already been played in realtime. To solve that problem, web apps developer Callum Jones has created an unofficial Twitter account that live tweets songs as they are played on Beats 1 Radio (via The Next Web). Beats 1 does offer archived playlists of tracks aired during featured shows The new Twitter account is aptly named "Beats 1 Plays" and makes a single tweet each time a track is played on…
  • How to Disable Automatic Subscription Following Apple Music Trial

    Joe Rossignol
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:17 am
    Apple Music made its worldwide debut in over 100 countries on June 30, with a free three-month trial available for customers to try the streaming music service. Apple requires having a valid payment method associated with your iTunes account to enable the trial, such as a credit card, and both Individual Plan and Family Plan subscriptions are set to automatically renew after the trial. For those that only want to try the Apple Music trial, learn how to turn off automatic renewal below. How to Disable Automatic Renewal Tap on the Account icon in the top-left corner of any tab in Apple Music.
  • Olloclip Debuts New 'Studio' Mobile Photography System to Accompany Lenses

    Juli Clover
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Olloclip is today introducing a new line of "Studio System" accessories designed to work with its existing Olloclip lenses, further enhancing the iPhone's photographic capabilities. The system, available for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, includes a Studio Case, a Finger Grip, a Kickstand, tripod mounts, and Cold-Shoe Adapters for attaching accessories like microphones and flashes to the iPhone. A rugged protective case is the key piece of the Studio System, because it includes a built-in mounting solution that can accommodate the other Studio parts. Once the Studio Case is attached to the iPhone,…
 
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