iTunes and Apple Music work together in harmony, which is great for some people, but can make it pretty confusing to tell where songs are actually located. Macworld shows off a few easy ways to sort albums using smart playlists.
Here's a question I'm not sure I want to know the answer for: if Skittles and M&M's came in individual packets for each flavor, would I combine them and eat them like how I do now (in a pile shoved into my mouth) or would I keep the flavors separate and enjoy them on their own? They might be better on their own.
People, I don't know about you, but I always wanted a quick way to separate the blue M&Ms from the rest. This is perfect for that: a Lego Mindstorms machine that uses its color sensors to sort M&Ms by color.
Lego Mindstorm robots aren't anything new. That said, Lego robots that might one day replace line workers at a factory (a la the car industry), that is certainly something I've never seen before. Until today, I mean.
Here's the difference between the pros and the amateurs who can't never find their fucking Lego pieces. Enjoy, the supply room of a Lego maniac:
The newest update to BlackBerry's App World, version 1.1, launched today, and it's pretty minor but certainly welcome. Apps can now be adequately sorted by free, paid, and other rubrics, and can be archived onto either internal or external memory.