Thursday, May 30, 2013

Google Play Music Silo?

Google, when I access Google Play you should be able to look at the hundreds of albums I've pushed up to my music cloud and eliminate those that I already possess from your advertising sections.

Google Play Music shouldn't be a silo.
Today I have the Make-Out Music section at top. Scrolling through the albums in that section I see several albums I already own and have in my Google Play Music library. Wouldn't that space be better used to present other albums to me?

At a minimum, the ones already up in my cloud library should get a check mark like you do with apps and books, when I see them in the Play store.

There's always room for improvement, even for people who do computing that often makes me say, "That's so cool."


Tuesday, May 21, 2013

You say "exploit" I say "follow"

How DARE corporations use the loopholes lawmakers politicians created. I'm not even an Apple fan, but if it's a loophole in the law, isn't it more accurate to say 'following' the law instead of 'exploiting'?  Nice attempt at throwing the public 'Eye of Sauron' elsewhere.

I know, small government fans, you were expecting Apple representatives to be walking the streets handing out cash along with hugs, and are heartbroken and shocked that you haven't seen them yet. :-|