If you’ve been wondering what to do when Google picks a bad match for one of your uploaded songs, wonder no more: you can force Play Music to revert to your original upload using the web interface.
Go to: My Library > List by Songs > Filter: Purchased and Uploaded — then right click and Fix Incorrect Match.
So Google Save is pretty interesting. I tend to keep stuff in a weird combination of Pocket (for articles), Pinterest (for mood board stuff), a Twitter “read later” list and a few other places. I wonder if this could become a real catch-all for me.
A few observations:
- You can edit the link title AND description, which is pretty interesting
- No inline player for YouTube, seem like an oversight
- No reading mode, so Pocket will still be my go-to place for a raw reading list
- This seems best used for making Collections of links – think: researching a topic, or collecting links on areas of specific interest
- You can’t currently share a Tag/collection, but surely that’s coming…
The more I think about this the more sense it makes. If you’ve invested time and resources into a feature article, you’re absolutely stark raving mad if you don’t release an audio version of the article simultaneously.
“It’s time to embrace $10 games on Android. We’re quickly reaching a point where new technology is going to demand a greater expense for a better product, and there’s no reason any game developer that creates something to entertain you for 2+ hours a week for months is considered less valuable than whatever you had for lunch today.”
– Russell Holly writing for Android Central
The problem for me here is one of comparisons. I’ll happily pay $10 for a game – but what do I consider $10 worth of value?
On sale, Ori and the Blind Forest was $12, and the Abe’s Oddysee remake is currently $10.
To my mind Alto’s Adventure is sure as hell not worth $10. I’d pay $5 to completely remove the ads I suppose – but now I’m acting all arbitrary. (PS – it’s a good game and you should check it out).
I can understand the idea: “games are worth more, so developers should charge more, and gamers should spend more”, but I think the reality is a bit more complex than that.
— Alice Workman (@workmanalice) February 11, 2016
Steven Joyce enjoys a rubbery, pink protest.
At National Gallery Victoria. Captured on a Sony Z3 using Google Camera.
NBA 2K just dropped their #WINNING (why not #TIGERBLOOD?) trailer. It’s interesting. Some stuff looks genuinely great, and other stuff looks, well, weird. Here’s a few GIFs calling out some points of interest:
Recently I grabbed the demo version of Affinity Designer to take it for a test drive. I decided to take a trip down memory lane and revisit my first ever digital camera, the Mavica FD-73.
Remember when you had to buy magazines to find our about weird little off-shoot bands, then order the CD from overseas? Every once in a while I remember an obscure album from the early 2000’s and have a hell of a time tracking it down. Simply Mortified was easy to find on YouTube at least…
“BS 2000 is the name of a musical side project of Beastie Boys’ Adam “Adrock” Horovitz and Amery “AWOL” Smith also with tracks featuring Janay North. In 1997, BS 2000 released their vinyl-only self-titled debut. Simply Mortified was the final release through the Beastie Boys’ Grand Royal label.” – Wiki
A huge thanks to Motherboard (VICE) for featuring my photography in their recent showcase.
More of my stuff: illsnapmatix.com
Few people like quoting lines from The Big Lebowski more than me… Except for Google’s auto-complete I guess.
“Wait a second! I’m not big boned, I’m just fat!”
Facebook really nailing those poignant memories.
New psychedelic hiphop from my pal, So Much Lasagne.
Inspired by Middle Eastern rev heads, spirulina, NBA action and classic and hazy hip-hop beats, Dream Diary is an ode to doing your own thing and not being forced to finish it until you know it’s ready. – Noisey