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  1. Producer Giles Martin oversaw the remixing of the 1966 classic albumView the full article
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And, of course, we all know that means two things: Filing your tax return, and shopping! The EOFY sales, both online and in-store, feature some of the biggest savings on almost all product categories you'll see all year – and will be the last big sales event until Black Friday at the end of November. Be sure to snag yourself a bargain while stocks last! What are EOFY sales? When are they in 2023?The End Of Financial Year (EOFY) sales refer to the annual sales events held by many retailers in Australia through the month of June, before the new tax year commences on July 1. EOFY is one of the best times during the year to find heavy discounts on a range of items, as retailers look to clear out their stocks to prepare for the upcoming financial year. Most retailers have deals running throughout all of June, but some start earlier, or have shorter events during June. What are the best items to buy during EOFY sales?You can expect discounts on a range of products and categories, but you will find the biggest savings on big-ticket items like laptops, headphones, TVs and consoles. Online retailers like Amazon, Kogan and Ebay will have strong deals in all categories. However, keep an eye out specifically for the following products: Appliances: Retailers like The Good Guys and Bing Lee always go big during EOFY, dropping prices on pretty much everything they stock. You can expect deals on robot vacuums, washing machines, fridges, freezers, kettles, toasters, and much more. If you're looking to stock up on appliances for your home, these sites should be your first stop. Games consoles: Finding console availability has been a total over the last couple of years, but things are definitely improving in Australia, with PS5 bundles being readily available on Amazon. That means there should be opportunities to pick up deals games and accessories for the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PS5 this year. Smartphones: Amazon always offers plenty of impressive deals on all sorts of smartphones. TVs: As we said, the best EOFY savings are found on the biggest products, and that means TVs. We expect pretty much all of the leading retailers to offer fantastic deals on TVs of all sizes from top brands like Sony, Samsung, LG, and Panasonic. It's best to shop around for the best TV deals, because there are going to be so many, but you can't go wrong with The Good Guys, Bing Lee or Kogan. Laptops: Lenovo, HP and Dell all have EOFY events, and featuring some heavy discounts on their laptops, as well as other computer items such as desktops and accessories. If you buy a laptop that you use for work before the financial year ends, you may also be able to include it as an expense on your tax return! View the full article
  3. The remastered edition of Hopkins’ fourth LP will be available on vinyl this fallView the full article
  4. Ten years ago, luxury fashion house Gucci, alongside Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, and Salma Hayek-Pinault, launched the Chime campaign, dedicated to advancing gender equality globally. Since then, Chime has raised over $21 million, launched over 500 projects in 92 countries, and worked alongside 185 non-profit partners. In celebration of a decade-long push for impact, Gucci has now released a star-studded video series of powerful voices who hope to make significant change in this space. Set to Beyoncé's feminist-rally call Freedom, the short series was directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, the Academy-Award winning director behind the likes of Ms. Marvel. Those interviewed include prominent faces in the entertainment space like Idris Elba, Halle Bailey, Julia Roberts, Jodie Turner-Smith, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Alia Bhatt, and John Legend. Figures in activism and business include Mona Sinha, the Global Executive Director of Equality Now, human rights activist Jaha Dukureh, and Sima Bahous, the Executive Director of UN Women. Each interviewee speaks about what gender equality means to them, the world, and society. Everything from the wage gap to gender-based violence to education to trans rights is touched upon, with a resounding call-to-action. "Each film in this new series is an important reminder of why we need to champion the voices of those who are working to create change," says Obaid-Chinoy in a statement. "I hope this campaign will reinvigorate conversations around the world, so that everyone feels the urgency to contribute towards creating a more gender equal future". Co-founder Hayek-Pinault says, "I’m overwhelmed and inspired by how many people want to participate in the change, and I feel very hopeful for the future." View the full article
  5. Stream new releases from Foo Fighters, Bully, Metro Boomin, Legend Yae, Protomartyr, Juan Wauters, Anthony Naples, Speakers Corner Quartet, and the StoolsView the full article
  6. If you want to feel a little bit sad about how many children there are out there who are already smarter than you, just watch this clip above of 14-year-old Dev Shah becoming the 2023 National Spelling Bee champion. The eighth-grader from Largo, Florida had to spell the word "psammophile" (meaning "an organism that prefers or thrives in sandy soils or areas") in order to win the $50,000 prize, and spell it he did. An undeniably impressive effort. View the full article
  7. Our sex lives can be a complex, wonderful part of our identities, but they can also bring anxiety and discomfort. This is particularly true of female-identifying people who suffer from polycystic ovaries syndrome (PCOS) — like myself — a hormonal condition that affects the functioning of someone's ovaries, amongst other things. PCOS misinformation is rife on social media, making it difficult to know where to turn when looking for accurate information about your symptoms. If you suffer from PCOS, it can affect many areas of your sex life, due to its relationship to female sexual dysfunction (FSD). Experts say that FSD can impact your levels of sexual desire, lubrication, and your ability to orgasm. So, as people with PCOS contend with other areas of our sexual awakening and self-actualisation, we have added obstacles to encounter. How are PCOS and sexual dysfunction linked?"The hormonal imbalances associated with PCOS, including high levels of androgens and disrupted levels of oestrogen and progesterone, can contribute to sexual dysfunction by affecting vaginal lubrication and arousal," Dr. Katerina Shkodzik, a gynaecologist and expert in reproductive endocrinology, explains. Want more sex and dating stories in your inbox? Sign up for Mashable's new weekly After Dark newsletter. It's not widely known that female sexual dysfunction is a really common PCOS symptom, meaning that many of us feel ashamed of coming up against these physical and mental barriers. And, as sexologist Madalaine Munro puts perfectly, "a lack of information and support can lead to feelings of self-blame and frustration, perpetuating a cycle of disempowerment." So, a range of sexologists and PCOS experts have weighed in on different ways to boost your sex life, if various symptoms — particularly issues with low desire, lubrication, orgasm and irregular periods — are holding you back. Vaginal dryness If a lack of lubrication is causing pain or discomfort, sexologist Rhiannon John recommends prioritising masturbation "to understand what you like and what turns you on," keeping a good-quality lubricant on hand and trying pelvic floor therapy from a physiotherapist, which focuses on treating painful sex and can help manage abdominal pain, pelvic pain and painful periods. She also advocates trying certain sexual positions that aid lower levels of lubrication: "Whether you're having sex with a penis owner or with a strap on, some helpful positions to try are the spooning position, as the angle of the penis is often shallower and less painful, or you can try being on top, as this way you can control the depth and angle of penetration." For sexual partners with vulvas, John recommends "tribadism, also known as scissoring or tribbing. This position involves rubbing the vulva against the partner's vulva, thighs, or other body parts, which can increase arousal and lubrication." SEE ALSO: The ultimate guide to scissoring Problems climaxingLubrication issues may lead to trouble orgasming, or you may experience this independently. Relationship and psychosexual therapist Jodie Slee recommends prioritising kissing and touching, spending "plenty of time on genital stimulation either with hands, mouth, or sex toys." She also suggests trying edging: "an orgasm control technique where a person gets right up to the point where they're about to orgasm, then stops stimulation, waits, and then starts up again." Slee says this is a great method to try, as it can achieve a higher state of arousal and increase the likelihood of greater amounts of vaginal lubrication. Seeking help for this form a psychosexual therapist could also be helpful, Slee says, particularly focusing on figuring out your "breaks" and "accelerators," essentially what moves you away from sex, and what moves you towards it. She calls this process "getting to the nitty gritty of the psychology of your sexual desire." SEE ALSO: What causes vaginal dryness? Cultivating your desireDr. Jolene Brighten, endocrinologist and author of Beyond the Pill, a comprehensive guide to female hormones, explains that problems with desire — a frequent issue for PCOS sufferers — can be rooted in "spectatoring." This refers to an over-focus on yourself from an outsider's perspective during sex, rather than focusing on yourself and your partner in the moment. It can tie into body confidence issues, thinking about what others may think of your sexual activity, interfering with desire and arousal. Brighten recommends "mindfulness-based practices and sexual meditation," which are effective ways to increase sexual satisfaction, arousal and desire for people with PCOS. "These practices help to improve sexual functioning as they require people to focus on the body's sensations before and during sex," Brighten says. SEE ALSO: What to do when body image is affecting your sex life Period shameMany with PCOS encounter irregular periods, which can cause anxiety around sexual activity, with a partner in particular. While period sex may not suit everybody, it is worth normalising and exploring, if possible. "It's essential that you give yourself permission to experience pleasure during your period," John says, recommending trying it in the shower with a partner to wash away any fluids, or purchasing a sex blanket that absorbs blood and other liquids. It may also work to treat and combat some of the nastiest FSD symptoms experienced with PCOS. "The increased sensitivity during menstruation can lead to heightened arousal and more intense orgasms. Additionally, the natural lubrication that occurs during this time can make penetration more comfortable and enjoyable," Munro explains. On top of expert advice, though, what is needed on a larger scale when it comes to PCOS and sexual dysfunction is increased awareness, discussion and research into the condition. "[This] would mean that PCOS would be better understood, treatment would become more effective, and there'd be far greater awareness and less shame and embarrassment around the condition and its symptoms," Relf says. "We still have a long way to go when it comes to talking about how PCOS impacts other areas of our health such as mental and sexual health." SEE ALSO: How to have sex on your period Also, so many issues within the world of sex come from its representation — or lack thereof — in the realm of sex education. According to Cooper, we would all benefit from a better education about exactly what PCOS is, and how it might affect our bodies and sex lives. "For something that can affect one in five women, it really should be taught in sex education so individuals are more aware of how it may affect them throughout their life," Cooper says. So, as well as committing to helping our bodies through any sexual dysfunction PCOS might cause us, we must advocate for more conversations, education and research — so that our sex lives aren't held back by shame or silence. View the full article
  8. This content originally appeared on Mashable for a US audience and has been adapted for the UK audience. Are you looking to get into aerial photography? You’re not alone. Drone photography is now the ultimate flex for hobbyists and professionals alike. Aerial shots were a headache when drones first flew onto the scene, with users needing to combine photography prowess with the thumb dexterity of video gamers. Now, manufacturers have released camera drones that everyone can master. Indeed, there are lots of great devices out there for capturing some amazing images. Should you take up drone photography?First and foremost, drone photography is about getting the shots that you wouldn't normally be able to get. You can get an aerial perspective and great long-range shots (assuming the camera is up to the job). Drone camera tech will also let you zoom in and get into unique angles. You can fly a drone into areas that would be otherwise hard to reach by foot and capture awesome action shots. That’s why drone photography has become a staple for professional photographers and filmmakers. What features to camera drones offer?Drones can be as advanced or basic as you want — which naturally comes down to how much money you’re willing to spend. But here’s some spec to look out for when choosing a camera drone: App — Some drone manufacturers will provide a specialist app that helps you control both the drone and your images. It may come equipped with GPS from mapping out routes and getting images from precise locations. You may also be able to upload images directly onto social media. Flight Modes — These aren't necessarily specific to camera drones but intelligent flight features are a bonus. These might include "return to home" or object avoidance to prevent crashes. Gimbal — You want pictures and footage that are reliable and well stabilised. The best drones will use a two or three-axis motorised gimbal to keep the camera steady. Picture Quality — Naturally you want the best possible HD quality if you’re spending big bucks. 1080p is a decent resolution for casual use, though 4K is standard these days. Some camera drones are capable of the even sharper 8K. Range — The kind of range you need will depend on how your intended to use the drone. But it’s safe to assume that more advanced drones will fly and transmit images back much farther. Some drones will transmit from several miles away. Zoom — A standard feature on any camera, but zoom on drones can be controlled via smart devices or even automatically on drones. Look out for features such as object identification and motion tracking. Keep these points in mind when beginning your purchase process. How do you fly a drone?If you know your way around a games controller, it’s a breeze to learn. Drones are controlled by either a handheld controller or a smart device app. What is FPV?FPV drones (the FPV stands for First Person View) are flown as if you’re in the cockpit, with a camera transmitting the drone’s point-of-view to your device or a set of goggles. They’re most commonly used for drone racing but can used for photography. How do you register your drone?If your drone weighs over 250 grams, you have to register it with the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) for a small fee. Piloting an unregistered drone is against the law. Go to CAA.co.uk for the rules and regulations and CAA Consultations for registration. What's the best drone for photography?We have searched high and low for the very best drones with cameras, and highlighted a small selection of devices that you should check out. We always recommend doing plenty of your own research before investing in a drone, but this should be a great place to start. We have lined up top drones from leading brands. These are the best drones with cameras in 2023. View the full article
  9. Rising interest in pirate IPTV services over the past several years has led to a limited number of people meeting demand while making considerable sums of money. Technical ability, insider knowledge, and a keen eye for business all help to maximize pirate IPTV suppliers’ profits, but there can be considerable drawbacks too. The problem isn’t making big money, it’s managing to hold onto it when law enforcement agencies take an interest. Pirate IPTV / Money Laundering Investigation Published this week, a report from La Presse notes that as part of an investigation into IPTV piracy and money laundering, Canadian investigators from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ – Quebec Provincial Police) targeted Éric Grenier, identified by the publication as a director of companies behind streaming service, Arubox.TV. Citing police sources, La Presse reports that the investigation began after a group of telecoms companies headed by Bell Canada filed a complaint with police alleging millions of dollars worth of damage to their businesses, attributable to the Arubox IPTV service. In response, the Office of Criminal Assets Recovery and Money Laundering carried out five searches this week, including one at Grenier’s condo in Laval, another against an alleged accomplice in Saint-Eustache, and a third against a relative of Grenier in Brownsburg-Chatham. As the investigation continues, police sources report that blocking orders will be requested against Grenier’s bank accounts and condo, valued at nearly $500,000. At the time of writing, the main Arubox TV website remains online but the status of the underlying IPTV service is less clear. A Stalker login portal associated with Arubox appears functional but since logins are verified by device MAC addresses and valid subscriptions, verifying the status of the service wasn’t immediately possible. When they sign up, Arubox subscribers are given a URL to put into their set-top boxes in order to access the service. That URL can be found on a completely separate domain that we’re informed may have links to another IPTV service. A source familiar with the situation says that the operator of the second service has connections to the first. A review of messages related to the second service indicates that its operator also received a visit from the police this week, in connection with the Grenier investigation. Éric Grenier: Controversial and Media Friendly As part of its own investigation, La Presse recently trawled Grenier’s Facebook account and discovered that he’s been promoting Arubox.tv since at least 2020. The image below tends to suggest he’s a fan of Formuler set-top boxes, widely considered to be among the best IPTV devices available, even if the Z8 model is a little outdated. Grenier Advertising IPTV Boxes This image from social media represents just the tip of a very large media iceberg that has kept Grenier in the public eye for years. Know locally as the ‘Quebec Hugh Hefner’ due to his links with the adult industry, Grenier’s ownership of a strip club and appearances on a Canadian reality TV series sit alongside claims in the media, citing police sources, of alleged connections to a Hells Angels motorcycle club. All of these pale into insignificance in light of a story published in the Montreal Gazette in 2014. It features a computer containing 10kgs of a highly illegal substance, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, 10kgs of a less-expensive replacement substance, and an alleged loss to Grenier of $500K. No set-top boxes were involved back then but nobody wants to go too hard, too soon. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more. View the full article
  10. Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is looming over us. On Monday, Apple will hold a keynote event introducing all the new hardware and software folks have been speculating about for weeks — and it looks like wearables just might be front and center. Apple's mixed-reality headsets will undoubtedly take up plenty of space at the WWDC, but it's the beloved Apple Watch (yes, I am biased) that I'm looking at. It could get a brand new look, courtesy of watchOS 10. Right now, the Apple Watch is built around watch faces (which I think of as my homepage) — a scrolling screen with all the apps you have access to — and notifications similar to its other OS products. But that might change next week. Rumors have been swirling that after many long years, the Apple Watch will be getting a significant refresh — perhaps its biggest software update since the original Apple Watch launched. These are the companies most personal wearables and, as MacWorld reports, Apple now has nearly a decade of data about how people use their smartwatches. Streamlining the Apple Watch experienceFolks are thinking the watchOS 10 will make the watch more focused on widgets. According to Bloomberg, the new widgets system will combine Glances — a widget system on watchOS from years ago — and the widgets you see on your iPhone and iPad. So instead of scrolling through your watch face or a long, long list of apps, launch one, and use it, users will scroll through a series of widgets — without having to launch the apps at all. SEE ALSO: Apple WWDC 2023 preview: Everything you need to know Personally, I love this rumor. I only use a few apps on my Apple Watch — workout, calculator, Latch, activity, and, occasionally, Spotify. The idea that this could be more streamlined, like it is on my iPhone, is delightful. Bloomberg also reports that Apple might change the function of the watch's buttons, which sounds truly terrible to me. Right now, the Digital Crown launches the home stream — that might launch widgets instead. I'm sure this change would be fine and I would get used to it, but I don't love the idea of it yet. Nothing is written in stone until Monday's keynote event, though. You can tune in yourself if you're curious. View the full article
  11. This content originally appeared on Mashable for a US audience and has been adapted for the UK audience. Drones and quadcopters are increasingly popular and accessible. As the cost of designing and manufacturing a good quality drone has gone down, more people have been able to get into drone flying as a hobby — or to up their photography game. There are different types of drone-based fun — from aerial photography to FPV racing — plus regulations you need to know about before spending any cash. But how to get started? Here's some key information to help you get in the air. What is a drone?A popular gadget of recent years — not to mention big news thanks to their role in military and security tech — drones are remote-controlled aerial vehicles. The most common type for leisure activities is the quadcopter — a small drones with four rotors. They can be small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. This is common with beginner-level models. They're controlled and utilised in a variety of ways and flown at various distances and heights. This all depends on how advanced the drone is. What is a drone used for? The most common uses for drones are photography and racing. Drones can be fitted with HD cameras and are capable of recording and transmitting 4K quality footage. Depending on the drone, device, and app you're using, they may be able to transmit this footage in real time or even post straight to social media. Drones are used by filmmakers and professional photographers, but are also great for taking fun snaps. How do you fly a drone?If you know your way around a games controller, it’s a breeze to learn. Drones are controlled by either a handheld controller or a smart device app. What is FPV racing?FPV drones are their own category of drone — generally the same as regular drones in how they’re built and fly, but with a key difference: how you control them. FPV drones (First Person View) are flown as if you’re in the cockpit, with a camera transmitting the drone’s point-of-view to your device or a set of VR-style goggles. How far does a drone fly?Basic drones tend to fly between a range of 80 and 500 metres. Top drones, however, will fly out several miles. It all depends on the kind of tech you want and how much you’re willing to spend. How fast does a drone fly?Once again, it all depends on how hi-spec and advanced your drone is — or how much it’s geared towards racing and high-speed performance. The kinds of drone we’ve included in this list will go somewhere between 29 mph and 45 mph. Do you need to register your drone?If your drone weighs 250 grams or more, you need to register the drone with the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) for a small fee — even if it's just a hobby and you're only planning to fly it in your garden. Piloting an unregistered drone is against the law. Even if your drone doesn't weight 250 grams, visit CAA.co.uk for all the rules and regulations and CAA Consultations for drone registration. What is the best drone?We've done the research and put together a list that has something for every kind of drone pilot — whether you're a novice, an expert, a photographer, or racer, we can recommend a drone that's perfect for you. These are the best drones in 2023. View the full article
  12. It's June, and in the world of slow motion YouTube videos that can only mean one thing: It's time for The Slow Mo Guys to fill up another giant water balloon and send Dan plunging into it. Giant water balloon videos have long been a summer staple of the YouTube duo, with past don't-try-this-at-home examples including Dan being crushed by one, Dan being crushed between two, and Dan being submerged in one. This year he's diving head-first into one, and the slow motion results are just as glorious – and hilarious – as you'd hope. View the full article
  13. Apple's Logic Pro is an app that's permanently on my "learn how to use properly" list. I'd like to get into it more and start really using it to make some music, but I can never find the time. Fortunately, Apple has just made it a little more user friendly with an all-new version that's tailored to the iPad. It's still very powerful and can get very complex, but being able to manipulate tracks and sounds by using my finger(s) and Apple Pencil just makes it easier to dive in. And while it's a subscription based software, the starting price of $4.99 per month isn't very prohibitive, especially not for an app that's as powerful as Logic Pro. Apple let me use the Logic Pro on iPad a few days ahead of the official release to get a feel for it. What I was looking for, mostly, were new experiences that make the music-making process a bit more fun. I've found that Logic Pro for iPad hasn't been dumbed down - you can essentially do everything you can do on the desktop version, with the biggest omission being support for certain third-party plugins. But I did have a couple of moments in which I thought, oh, this is fun; I could be doing this all day. You can make do without the keyboard, but it's better if you have it. Credit: Stan Schroeder/Mashable Some of these features aren't completely new; Apple's GarageBand has been available on the iPad for years, and it comes with virtual keyboards, drum pads and other touch-friendly options. But GarageBand, while fairly capable in its own right, is still a very light version of Logic Pro, and the two are only partially compatible. Pro and even semi-pro musicians and producers will eventually graduate to Logic Pro, and now they can do it on the iPad, too. Here's a quick rundown of the Logic Pro for iPad features I liked the most. Touch to playTypically, if you're even a little bit serious about making music, you probably need a MIDI keyboard or a drum pad of some sort. But the iPad and its large touch display can serve those purposes pretty well, too. SEE ALSO: Apple launches Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on iPad If you have a hardware iPad keyboard, you will find that, when playing the virtual instruments, you'll want to detach your iPad from the keyboard and set it down flat on the table or in your lap. Once you do, the experience becomes enjoyable. You can stretch the keyboard upwards to get as many as three rows of keys spanning six octaves. Instead of keys you can have drum pads, fretboards, and chord strips, to name a few options. Sure, playing on a virtual keyboard on the iPad's display isn't as good as doing it on a hardware keyboard, and it never will be. But if you need to quickly whip up a bass line or a melody, the iPad will do fine. It's worth noting that I tested the Logic Pro on the latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro with an M2 chip, and I'm quite sure this is the combo that offers the best experience. An iPad with a smaller display wouldn't work as well. Pencil precision Sometimes you'll want to switch to Apple Pencil to get that extra precision. Credit: Stan Schroeder/Mashable I normally don't use Apple Pencil too often, but with the Logic Pro on the iPad, it's a must. I've found that it's difficult to precisely grab and adjust certain elements of Logic Pro's interface with my fingers, and this is where the Pencil steps in. For example, I've used the Pencil to adjust the length and position of the sound bits in Logic's Piano Roll Editor. After I got the hang of it, I actually preferred it over doing it on my Mac; there's just something about manipulating little nuggets of sound with the Pencil that makes me feel so much more pro (trust me, I'm nowhere near pro). Recording right there and thenThe iPad Pro has a set of fairly capable microphones, which you can put to use by recording music directly, no other equipment needed. I used this to record a guitar track over a bass and drum track I've previously put together, and the result sounded decent. SEE ALSO: Apple WWDC 2023 preview: Everything you need to know This, of course, won't cut the muster when you need a high quality recording, but it's more than usable for putting together a quick demo or recording a tune that you just know you'll forget if you don't record it right now. I used to do this with the Voice Memos app on my iPhone, but here you can actually whip up together an entire tune with bass and drums, for example, and quickly record some vocals over that to see how it sounds. Of course, you can also record audio this way on a MacBook. But the iPad is still a more portable device, and (in my case) more likely to be with me on a trip, always accessible when that moment of inspiration strikes (it never strikes, folks). Breaking up the beats Beat Breaker is the feature that really lets the new Logic Pro shine. Credit: Stan Schroeder/Mashable One new feature that's exclusive to the iPad version of Logic Pro is an audio effect called the Beat Breaker. It lets you chop up a track into shorter bites which you can then manipulate by changing their time, speed, volume, and a bunch of other parameters on the fly. The cool thing about this is that the process is extremely fast and seamless on the iPad's touch display. I certainly wasn't really sure what I was doing, but whatever I did, it sounded pretty cool, and it was extremely easy to do. A new software instrument called Sound Alchemy lets you create custom instruments out of audio samples. You also do this by adding control points onto the sample's waveform itself and move them around with your fingers. Sure, all of this could be done with a keyboard and mouse, but doing it directly on the touch display just feels very intuitive. Turning those knobs for realThere's something about manipulating the multitude of knobs and sliders you get in Logic Pro with your fingers. It just feels more natural, given that these are virtual versions of actual knobs and sliders you get on hardware music-making equipment. Featured Video For You Hands On With the Apple Watch Ultra And there's an actual benefit to turning those knobs and sliding those sliders up and down on the iPad: Multi touch. You can grab several knobs at once with several digits and move them all at the same time, and you can hear what effect this has on your tracks right away. After playing with the Logic Pro for iPad for a few days, I decided to fire up Logic Pro on my MacBook Pro to see how the transition feels. And on several occasions, I futilely reached up towards the MacBook's display to turn a knob. Unfortunately, Logic Pro for iPad still doesn't have all of the features that the Mac version has; most importantly, not all third-party plugins are supported, and the iPad itself is problematic as it only has a single USB-C port, so you'll need some kind of hub to connect to, say, a MIDI controller and wired headphones at the same time. But Logic Pro on the iPad is so good that I wish, perhaps for the first time, that my MacBook had a touch display, too. View the full article
  14. If you've Googled "gifts for dad," you've likely been greeted with an overwhelming number of whiskey stones and knives. But do dads even like those? What about the dads who are fed up with the constraints of toxic masculinity? What about the dads who just want some pampering? Whatever the occasion that has you looking for dad gifts (Father's Day, for example), stray away from clichés and try to think outside the box. Unless your dad is an avid tie collector and seriously *lives* for ties, then avoid this played-out gift. Instead, get him something that says, “I see your hobbies and I respect them." SEE ALSO: The best deals for Walmart+ Weekend, Walmart's version of Prime Day Even if your dad is hard to shop for, he deserves something cool and special, like a new gadget, a subscription box, or something that will keep him looking ageless for years to come. That’s why we've rounded up plenty of ideas for all types of dads here, whether he has a green thumb, an affinity for craft brew, a massive music collection, or a deep appreciation for learning new skills and hobbies. Even if he's the type of dad who says he doesn't want anything — or he already has everything — there's sure to be something here that will take him by surprise in the best way possible. Remember that a gift doesn't have to fit some sort of arbitrary dad stereotype for it to be a good fit for your dad. Rather, consider his particular (any maybe even peculiar!) interests and let them guide you toward a unique gift that he’ll really love — and that will show your deep appreciation for all that your “old man” has done for you. Here are some ideas. View the full article
  15. Rumors and leaks have been flying around about what Apple plans to show at WWDC 2023 next week. While there's sure to be a ton of focus on things like Apple's long-rumored mixed-reality headset, let's take a moment to talk about MacBook. It'd be a shame to forget about it. Specifically, it sounds like we're going to hear about the follow-up to last year's outstanding M2 MacBook Air. Will we get a swanky new display, or even a new M3 processor? How about more ports or an improved keyboard? I'll give you a hint: Don't get your hopes up too high. SEE ALSO: Apple might launch some very powerful Macs at WWDC What to expect from the MacBook Air 15 at WWDC 2023Of course, we don't officially know anything about the new MacBook Air yet. All of the rumors and leaks could be totally wrong. However, let's assemble what we've heard to at least set some expectations. For starters, it seems like the main upgrade for this edition of MacBook Air will be the display size. Display analyst Ross Young shared in a paywalled tweet in December that Apple was working on a 15.5-inch MacBook Air, and the consensus now is that we will see it at WWDC. Last year's model came in at 13.6-inches, and the new one would be the biggest MacBook Air to this point. SEE ALSO: Apple might launch some very powerful Macs at WWDC That's the good news. The bad news is that the other relevant aspects of the new device seem to be roughly in line with the 2022 model. Apple prognosticator Ming-Chi Kuo said back in April that the new MacBook Air will still run on the M2 processor, so anyone waiting with bated breath for the M3 will be sorely disappointed. There may be two models with slightly different M2 processors, but at the end of the day, this is still an M2 device. Unfortunately, we don't know much else about the new MacBook Air. There are some assumptions we can make, like the battery being bigger because that's usually what happens when devices get bigger. But aside from a better display, we can't definitively say what else the new MacBook Air will bring to the table just yet. Thankfully, all will be revealed soon. View the full article
  16. Maryland-based music producer, DJ, and music artist Joseph Liverman has just released his latest single, “Stay,” and it’s already causing a stir in the music industry. This chill track fuses elements of EDM, pop, and trap music, showcasing Liverman’s versatility as a producer and his ability to create music that resonates with a wide range of audiences. “Stay” features beautiful vocals and an infectious vibe that reminds listeners of The Chainsmokers. Liverman has been producing music for years and has honed his craft to become a skilled and versatile producer. He draws inspiration from various sources, including his personal experiences, other music genres, and different cultures. “Stay” is the result of his creative experimentation and desire to push boundaries and create something new. The track opens with a mellow beat that gradually builds, drawing listeners in with its soothing rhythm. The catchy melody is carried by a smooth and fluid bassline, adding depth and texture to the track. The chorus is the song’s highlight, with its catchy hooks and powerful vocals that drive the track’s energy to new heights. “Stay” is just the beginning for Liverman, who has big plans for his music career. He hopes to become a household name in the music industry and produce some of the decade’s finest albums. With his talent and dedication, there’s no doubt that he will achieve his dreams. The release of “Stay” is a milestone in Liverman’s music career, and he’s excited to see where it takes him. He’s already gained a dedicated fanbase and has received praise from music critics and industry professionals alike. One thing that makes Liverman stand out in the music industry is his ability to connect with his audience. He understands that music is a powerful tool that brings people together and creates a sense of community. His music is meant to be experienced, and he hopes it will inspire his listeners to feel and connect with each other. “Stay” is now available on all major streaming platforms, and EDM, pop, and trap music fans will want to take advantage of this beautiful new single. The song is proof of Liverman’s ability to create music that is both innovative and entertaining and sets the stage for his success. Joseph Liverman’s latest single, “Stay,” is a must-listen for music lovers, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store for the future. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Joseph Liverman release brand new tune “Stay” View the full article
  17. It's Friday! You made it! But can you make it through today's Wordle? If your confidence and/or streak took a hit in yesterday's extra-tough puzzle, we're here with some tips and tricks to help you figure out the solution today and start the weekend strong. If you just want to be told the answer, you can scroll to the end of this article for June 1's Wordle solution revealed. But if you'd rather solve it yourself, keep reading for some clues, tips, and strategies to assist you. Where did Wordle come from?Originally created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his partner, Wordle rapidly spread to become an international phenomenon, with thousands of people around the globe playing every day. Alternate Wordle versions created by fans have even sprung up, including battle royale Squabble, music identification game Heardle, and variations like Dordle and Quordle that make you guess multiple words at once. Wordle eventually became so popular that it was purchased by the New York Times, and TikTok creators even livestream themselves playing. Not the day you're after? Here's the Wordle answer for June 1. What's the best Wordle starting word?The best Wordle starting word is the one that speaks to you. But if you like being strategic in your approach, we have a few ideas to help you pick a word that might help you find the solution faster. One tip is to select a word that includes at least two different vowels, plus some common consonants like S, T, R, or N. What happened to the Wordle archive?The entire archive of past Wordle puzzles used to be available for anyone to enjoy whenever they felt like it. Unfortunately, it has since been taken down, with the website's creator stating it was done at the request of the New York Times. Is Wordle getting harder?It might feel like Wordle is getting harder, but it actually isn't any more difficult than when it first began. You can turn on Wordle's Hard Mode if you're after more of a challenge, though. Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?Though usually Wordle will only accept one correct solution per day, occasionally it will rebel against the norm and deem two different answers acceptable. This is due to changes the New York Times made to Wordle after it acquired the puzzle game. The Times has since added its own updated word list, so this should happen even less frequently than before. To avoid any confusion, it's a good idea to refresh your browser before getting stuck into a new puzzle. Here's a subtle hint for today's Wordle answer:It's not the heat... Does today's Wordle answer have a double letter?Not today! Today's Wordle is a 5-letter word that starts with...Today's Wordle starts with the letter H. SEE ALSO: Wordle-obsessed? These are the best word games to play IRL. What's the answer to Wordle today?Get your last guesses in now, because it's your final chance to solve today's Wordle before we reveal the solution. Drumroll please! The solution to Wordle #713 is... HUMID. Don't feel discouraged if you didn't manage to guess it this time. There will be a new Wordle for you to stretch your brain with tomorrow, and we'll be back again to guide you with more helpful hints. View the full article
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  21. TL;DR: Dreamscreens is on sale for £32.37, saving you 20% on list price. It likely sits on your wall in a prominent position, so it's only natural to want to turn your television into a work of art. And fortunately, you don't have to shell out the big bucks and purchase one of those frame TVs. There are other options to let famous works of art hang there on your wall when your television isn't in use. Dreamscreens: Turn Your TV into a 4K Digital Art Gallery plugs right into the USB slot of your smart TV and turns your television into decor, with over 500 pieces of art to consider. And for a limited time, you can score this invention for only £32.37 — that's 20% off the usual price tag and the best price available online. Not only does Dreamscreens turn your TV into a beautiful piece of art, but it also displays hundreds of the most iconic paintings in history in the process. Let your dinner guests marvel as Van Gogh's Starry Night hangs on your wall, or change it up and set it to a slideshow format to show off numerous paintings. There's also an option to play paintings as a video with background music to elevate your next event. Each image is portrayed in ultra high-definition 4K quality, showing you every detail almost as if you were observing them in a museum. And you can choose between the standard screen version, which lets you observe the painting in its original size, or widescreen if you'd like the entire screen to be filled. Enjoy beautiful works of art on your wall for just £32.37 with the Dreamscreens 4K Digital Art Gallery for your TV, 20% off the usual price, and the best price available online. Opens in a new tab Credit: Dreamscreens Dreamscreens: Turn Your TV into a 4K Digital Art Gallery (opens in a new tab) £32.37 at the Mashable Shop Get Deal (opens in a new tab) View the full article
  22. The release of Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse has brought us back into the multiverse, and you know what that means: It's Easter egg time! Aside from being a remarkable feat of animation, Across the Spider-Verse takes advantage of its infinite universes to bring us a dazzling number of nods to other Spider-Man properties, be they comics, TV shows, video games, or even the MCU. There are so many Easter eggs that it's impossible to catch them all in one go — this film demands a rewatch — but we've lined up 13 of the most exciting Spider-Man-related Easter eggs in Across The Spider-Verse. Let's take a leap of faith and dive right in! (Spoiler alert, naturally.) 1. J.K. Simmons returns as J. Jonah Jameson.There are three certainties in life: death, taxes, and J.K. Simmons playing J. Jonah Jameson. No matter what universe Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) find themselves in, Simmons always voices the head of The Daily Bugle — even in LEGO form! The trend carries over from Simmons playing Jameson in both Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man movies and Tom Holland's. Truly, no one can demand pictures of Spider-Man quite like him. 2. Tom Holland's Spider-Man gets a shout-out from Miguel O'Hara.When we first meet Miguel O'Hara (Oscar Isaac) in Across the Spider-Verse, he's battling a Renaissance-era Vulture (Jorma Taccone) and complaining about the chaos that has befallen the multiverse. "Don't even get me started on Doctor Strange and that little nerd back on Earth-199999," he yells. Earth-199999 is the designation for the MCU, where Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Peter Parker (Tom Holland) did, in fact, mess around with the multiverse in Spider-Man: No Way Home. He's not even in this film, but poor Holland-Spidey still finds a way to get roasted for being a nerd. Tough break. SEE ALSO: 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is too much, and I'm not mad at it 3. The Spot comes face to face with one of Venom's friends. Miles Morales faces down his newest nemesis. Credit: Sony Pictures On the Spot's (Jason Schwartzman) first jaunt around the multiverse, he crosses over to Earth-688, the world where Venom and Morbius take place. There, he pops into Mrs. Chen's (Peggy Lu) convenience store and grabs a package of mints (called "Venomints," in case there was any doubt about the crossover). Spot is shocked that Mrs. Chen doesn't seem more freaked out by his appearance, but she's been dealing with Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and Venom for a while now — she's even hosted Venom herself! One little villain of the week isn't going to scare her. During his multiverse trip, Spot also stumbles into a LEGO Spider-Man universe — a nod to Spider-Man's appearance in the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes games and to Spider-Verse producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller's LEGO Movie. 4. It's Morbin' time — but make it subtle.Venom may get a more flashy reference in Across the Spider-Verse, but Sony's Morbius also gets a quick shout-out. Gwen tells Miles that Miguel O'Hara is a vampiric Spider-Man, but overall still one of the good guys. Miles replies: "A vampire good guy? I'd pay good money to see that." Well, Sony tried its best to bring a vampire good guy to the screen with Morbius, but turns out not many people wanted to pay good money to see that. It ended up being one of the biggest flops of 2022. Sorry, Miles. 5. Miles and Gwen recreate the upside-down Spider-Man kiss... kind of. Miles and Gwen reunite under troubling circumstances. Credit: Sony Pictures Right before Miles and Gwen head off to Mumbattan, they come close to recreating one of the most iconic moments from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man: the upside-down kiss between Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) and MJ (Kirsten Dunst). Of course, there's a bit of a tragic Spider-Verse twist to it: Gwen stares through a hole in Spot's destroyed apartment towards Miles's home, thinking she's never going to see him again. Little does she know, he's hanging upside down in front of her, totally invisible. Here's hoping everything turns out fine for these star-crossed kiddos. 6. A gallery of Spider-Verse villains includes Donald Glover's MCU Prowler.Remember when Donald Glover played Aaron Davis, aka the Prowler, aka Miles's uncle, in Spider-Man: Homecoming? And remember how we never got to see him in action as the Prowler after that? Well, luckily for us, we get a fun glimpse at Glover's Prowler in Across The Spider-Verse, when Gwen guides Miles through a rogue's gallery of imprisoned Spider-Man villains who were multiversal anomalies. There, we see Glover dressed in a live-action Prowler suit in a fun (but all too brief) reminder of his squandered potential in the MCU. Here's hoping he'll be back in live-action — with his nephew in tow. Other fun villains included in this sequence are Kraven the Hunter, Typeface, and a few Mysterio variants. There's also a "boring rhino," who's just a real-life rhino instead of the villain Rhino. Hope it gets home safe! SEE ALSO: A refresher on the villains in 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' 7. A video game Spider-Man enters the fray.The same scene that introduces Prowler's Glover also gives us a look at a video game Spidey. Miguel's holographic associate Lyla (Greta Lee) tells Miles about the different villains they've caught, including some "video game guys." Standing between the video game villains is another Spider-Man, though, who seems confused about who Lyla is referring to when she brings up video games. A little block of text labels him as "Insomniac Spider-Man," which is not a reference to a sleepless Spidey, but rather to video game developer Insomniac Games, which made Marvel's Spider-Man. 8. Too many Spider-Men to count. Welcome to Spidey Society! Credit: Sony Pictures The entirety of Miles's time in Nueva York is one giant Easter egg, as he encounters a seemingly infinite amount of Spider-People. There's Web-Slinger, a cowboy Spider-Man from animated series Ultimate Spider-Man; Peter Parkedcar, a sentient Spider-Mobile from the Amazing Spider-Man comics; and Sun-Spider, a Spidey with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome who uses mobility devices like crutches and a wheelchair. Sun-Spider was originally a Spidersona created by Dayn Broder, later appearing in the Spider-Verse comics. These are just three examples of the many characters inhabiting "Spidey Society," so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for more! 9. Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man makes an appearance.The live-action crossovers continue with the appearance of Andrew Garfield's version of Spider-Man. Garfield pops up when Miguel explains the significance of canon events, the beats that connect every Spider-Man story. One of these is the death of a police captain close to Spider-Man, at which point we see footage from The Amazing Spider-Man of Peter crying over Chief Stacy's (Denis Leary) body. 10. Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man shows up as well.Spider-Man: No Way Home is no longer the only movie starring Garfield and Tobey Maguire's Spider-Men. Maguire's version also appears during the canon event explanation, where we see him mourning his Uncle Ben (Cliff Robertson). Just like with Garfield's cameo, this moment is repurposed footage from an earlier Spider-Man movie. In the canon event involving Spider-Man and MJ's romance, you can also see an image of Maguire's Spider-Man's famous upside-down kiss with MJ. 11. We also get a cameo from Spectacular Spider-Man. Has Miles met his match in Miguel O'Hara? Credit: Sony Pictures As Miles struggles to come to terms with his father Jeff's (Brian Tyree Henry) death being an upcoming canon event, another familiar Spider-Man shows up to try him through it. This is Peter Parker from the animated series Spectacular Spider-Man, voiced in Across the Spider-Verse by the show's original voice actor Josh Keaton. We also get glimpses of various animated Spider-Men in the canon events section and in the background in Nueva York, but this is the clearest allusion to the show. 12. Keep your ears open for Alfred Molina's Doc Ock.While Miles is on the run from his fellow Spider-Men, he passes an imprisoned Doc Ock, who utters a very familiar-sounding, "Hello, Peter." That's right, it's none other than a soundbite from Alfred Molina's performance as Doc Ock — the very same line that blew our minds when we first heard it in the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer. 13. Some familiar Spider-friends pop by at the end.Across the Spider-Verse ends with a cliffhanger to end all cliffhangers: Miles is trapped in the Prowler's clutches in the wrong universe, with Miguel hell-bent on hunting him down. Elsewhere in the multiverse, Gwen assembles a team to help save Miles, which includes Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), Pavitr Prabhakar (Karan Soni), and Hobie "Spider-Punk" Brown (Daniel Kaluuya). However, it also includes some old friends from Into The Spider-Verse, like Spider-Pig (John Mulaney), Spider-Man Noir (Nicolas Cage), and Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn), who briefly appears earlier in the film. These three don't play that large a role in Across The Spider-Verse, so it's nice to see them again — hopefully they'll all have a big resurgence in the next film, Beyond The Spider-Verse. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is now in theaters. View the full article
  23. TL;DR: A wide range of free ChatGPT courses are available on Udemy. Learn how to boost your productivity, earn passive income, and create engaging content with help from artificial intelligence. There are many reasons to fear ChatGPT and the seamingly unstoppable rise of AI, but there are also plenty of reasons to be optimistic. Yes, artificial intelligence could lead to human extinction, but it could also save you time with your daily tasks, so maybe it's worth the risk. If you're looking to get the most out of ChatGPT, you can take a wide range of online courses on this popular chatbot with Udemy. You can learn how to boost your productivity, earn passive income, create engaging content, and so much more with help from ChatGPT. Better yet, some of these highly-rated courses are available for absolutely nothing. These are the best online ChatGPT courses you can take for free as of June 2: Become an AI-Powered Engineer: ChatGPT, Github Copilot ChatGPT Crash Course: ChatGPT for Everyone and ChatGPT Basics ChatGPT for Entrepreneurs ChatGPT for Everyone ChatGPT Plugins: Unleash the Power of Integration ChatGPT SEO Mastery: How to Rank with AI SEO Content Google BARD and ChatGPT AI for Increased Productivity Free courses include unlimited access to all the video content, but you do miss out on things like a certificate of completion or direct messaging with the instructor. You have the option to upgrade for a small fee and get your hands on that all-important certificate of completion for your CV. No pressure, though. Make ChatGPT work for you with Udemy. Upgrade to the highest-rated ChatGPT courses Best for business ChatGPT Masterclass: Build Solutions and Apps with ChatGPT (opens in a new tab) £19.99 Get Deal (opens in a new tab) Best for productivity ChatGPT: The Complete Guide to ChatGPT and OpenAI APIs (opens in a new tab) £19.99 Get Deal (opens in a new tab) Best for marketing ChatGPT Marketing: Create Complete Campaigns with Chat GPT (opens in a new tab) £19.99 Get Deal (opens in a new tab) View the full article
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