There are few feelings in our tech-driven worlds as good as discovering something new. Am I right?
A new series to indulge in, a new Youtube channel to waste away the hours, and of course, new music to make the [insert verb here] to work and back bearable.
But how do you discover new, GOOD, music, legally, and for free? Well that’s the tricky part.
Yes you can troll Youtube, or subscribe to your heart’s content on Soundcloud. But at the end of the day, that’s a lot of energy used for music that, well, might not actually be that great.
So sit back, relax, and let Clark Dinnison, Creator of the Noon Pacific App, do the all the hard work, and send you a mixtape every week of the hottest and best tracks from music blogs around the world. Continue reading
When we learned about the Personal Hotspot feature in iOS so many years ago, we were over the moon to have it.
But having the kind of feature that lets you share your mobile data with pretty much any other device you want, does come with some drawbacks.
And the biggest drawback? Your mobile data gets used, and very much abused by your sharing device/s as an unlimited data connection.
How many times have I rejoiced, having the quick and easy solution of getting data on my Mac by connecting to my iPhone? Countless!
How many times have I sworn at my Mac in the same instance, since the machine drained my mobile data thanks to a quick and dirty App Store update, DropBox sync, delayed iTunes download from late-night gaming the night before? See above for answer!