Apple should bear the costs of marketing this service.
Only Swift’s back catalog, which is currently available on many streaming services that require users to pay for a subscription — including Rdio and Tidal — will be found on Apple Music, the Big Machine rep said.
They say in marketing that even bad publicity is good -- long term. But when the rich guy fleeces your pocket for pennies to add to his C-Notes, you will remember. They say an elephant never forgets; neither does the artist robbed of his creation.
I would love to say that these new products sound like they're going to be really great. But for those of us who still perversely prefer classical music to pop, these new services seem hopelessly mired in the same flaws that have plagued computer-based music distribution since its beginning.
Working with lists has been made more finger-friendly on OneNote for iPhone. In particular, checkboxes have been enlarged to make checking list items easier, and checking an item now moves it accordingly to the Completed section of the list.
Like NYT Now, BuzzFeed News presents a simple stream of the most important and interesting stories of the moment, most of which come from the app’s eponymous news site while others come from other sources from around the Web.
You can get LibreOffice on OSX with automatic updates, long-term maintenance, and optional professional support, for the first time.
“Inside Out,” the latest computer animated film from Disney and Pixar, comes out in theaters today. And Disney has not one, not two, but three iOS apps that tie in with the movie.
You’ve got some music files on your Mac, and they all look alike in the Finder. If you want to find which ones are AAC files and which are Apple Lossless, what do you do? Well, I’ve got the answer. I also discuss the Case of the Missing Audio Files, and look at some possible ways to view classical music in iTunes.
I have all those amazing toys now, but I still build software with text. What bothers me is that despite slightly improved auto completion, I cannot recall any enhancments to text editing. Refactoring doesn't work, there's no code generation or support for more test driven workflow.
I wrote at a high level how I improved my microblogging workflow before WWDC, but I’d like to use this post to show the surrounding details. I hope it’s useful to other folks who want to control their own content.
Again, the problem is Apple. pic.twitter.com/REaMgt9j83— Marko Karppinen (@markonen) June 18, 2015
If Twitter does this right, Lightning will make Twitter more accessible, simpler, and friendlier. And it’ll work precisely because it dispenses with everything we currently know about Twitter.
So Nuzzel takes that feed (and feeds from Facebook and other social media) and only shows you the news stories your friends are sharing. The result is amazingly interesting, and requires zero effort: You get a feed of headlines that feel much closer and more relevant to what you're interested in, because they're being tweeted or shared by friends, family, and coworkers. Nuzzel's friends-of-friends feed is often even more interesting because it surfaces stuff from further afield, stuff you didn't even know was news but is buzzing on the outer edge of your social sphere.
The rumor-mill is claiming that there will be a video camera on the next version of Apple Watch. You know, just like Google Glass. Except on your wrist. Unlike your head, your wrist can face any which way. You know, like facing up somebody's skirt.
Not a good idea.
Well. That's not a good sign. pic.twitter.com/c4eX8MSwS0— Eric Heisserer (@HIGHzurrer) June 19, 2015
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