Link: Chocolate, Gummi Bears, and Why Google Music Sucks Right Now – Medium

Chocolate, Gummi Bears, and Why Google Music Sucks Right Now – Medium

In June, Google Music updated from being a music player to being a streaming service that also has a music player. And it Sucks.

While many of the same basic music playing functions are still there, the execution and philosophy behind them is long gone. The result is a music app clouded by the tastes of others, cluttered with “radio stations” and “suggestions” that have little do to with me and my music except by the barest of tangents.

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Link: How to remove duplicates from your Google Music library – Medium

How to remove duplicates from your Google Music library – Medium

I love Google Music. I don’t love the Google Music Uploader. Unfortunately, it’s not smart enough to reliably ecognise when a song in your library is already in the cloud, so if you ever have to reinstall the Music Uploader, you’ll start to notice hundreds or even thousands of duplicate songs counting against your limit and cluttering up your library. Until some Google engineer decides to fix it on their end, you’re stuck with a messy library and a degraded user experience.

That is, unless you are a bad enough dude (or dudette) to follow this guide and leverage Python and the unofficial gmusicapi.

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Link: Simple Styles for Horizontal Rules | CSS-Tricks

Simple Styles for Horizontal Rules | CSS-Tricks

That is, the

element. With the help of a few contributors, I put together this page of very simple styles for them. You could get a lot fancier with an element like a
that can hold content, but I like the semantics of a horizontal rule. It’s an emphatic break between two sections of content.
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Link: 18 Simple Styles for Horizontal Rules (hr CSS Design)

18 Simple Styles for Horizontal Rules (hr CSS Design)

18 Simple Styles for Horizontal Rules (hr CSS Design)
A PEN BY Ibrahim Jabbari
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Link: New Thrawn Trilogy Cover Art Revealed | The Star Wars Underworld

New Thrawn Trilogy Cover Art Revealed | The Star Wars Underworld

Last month we received word that the legendary Thrawn Trilogy of novels, written by Timothy Zahn, would be getting a makevoer with some new covers very soon. Today, Club Jade alerted us to a new report by Jedi Bibliothek in which they revealed the new cover artwork for Heir To The Empire, Dark Force Rising and The Last Command. Jedi Bibliothek explains that the trilogy will be reissued in the U.S. in paperback form on September 27th.

The artwork is truly fantastic, featuring Han, Luke and Leia prominently, and of course, Grand Admiral Thrawn. These novels really seem to capitalize on Thrawn much more than the original cover art did, most likely to coincide with Thrawn being brought back into canon with his upcoming appearance in Star Wars Rebels. As you can see above, all of the covers can be joined together to form a complete, panoramic image.

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