Whether you've made a resolution to try and read more books this year or are just looking to set time aside to listen to an audiobook a little bit each day, building good reading habits can be tough with a busy life. However, with iOS 13, Apple Books includes reading goals, which might give you that little extra bit of encouragement and accountability to help you reach your goals.
Reading is no longer a leisure activity—it's an on-the-go activity that requires speed and less attention. That's why speed reading apps are growing in popularity. As smartphones and tablets increasingly take over the traditional book market, reading skills need to be adjusted accordingly, so you can cram in 5 pages in-between texts and emails.
The internet is chock-full of fun and interesting content, but there's only so much time in the day for consuming it. That's when saving webpages for later comes in handy. If you don't want your bookmarks and favorites folders to clutter up fast, consider using the "Reading List" feature built right in Safari on your iPhone.
If you're someone who loves to read, you've probably read a book that made you want to hop into the story and live in the world that wasn't your own. Reading has a way of letting us escape into other worlds and experience things that we normally wouldn't be able to. Augmented reality is similar in that way. Which is why it makes sense that the two would be combined to create an incredible, immersive new way of reading.
I read a ton of articles online and I am always looking for a way to make the experience a little better. Reading long articles can be tiresome, and if an article has multiple pages, I will most likely skip it. With the ability to endlessly scroll, no site should have multiple pages. It's just a sneaky way to get more page views, IMHO.
Reading in bed with a book and bedside lamp is so 1990s. As tablets get smaller and content continues to be digitized, reading on an electronic device is pretty standard.
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With just a swipe and tap of a finger, we can access enormous libraries of information on our smartphones like never before. Whether we want more info about gluten sensitivity or just want to brush up on 18th century philosophers, there's an article somewhere in the vast ocean of the internet that can lend us a hand.
While tweetstorms were a part of Twitter since the beginning, threads, which makes tweetstorms more viable, didn't show up until late-2017. Still, threading multiple tweets at once to create long-form stories, opinions, tirades, and other lengthy Twitter posts, can be hard to digest. However, you can make reading them easier with just a single message.
Among the many partnerships mentioned early on in the life of the Magic Leap One, by far one of the most talked about has been the comic book app from Madefire.
Steampunk is a tremendously interesting phenomenon because of its reliance on science fiction, and fiction in general. Steampunk can arguably be broken down into two categories: the fiction, and the aesthetic. Sometimes these categories cross over, but they're often more distinct than most people suspect; that said, the aesthetic is firmly based in works of fiction.
Audiobooks are great because they require little-to-no effort on your behalf. When driving in traffic, why not listen to George R.R. Martin's lengthy A Feast for Crows instead of repetitive, commercial-laden radio? Maybe it harks back to prepubescent bedtime readings, but having things read to me is a very satisfying experience.
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Until recently, brainwave-reading devices have pretty much only existed in science fiction. Sure, electroencephalography (EEG), the technology that powers these devices, has been used in medicine and psychiatry since the late 1800s, but diagnosing people's brains and reading their minds are two totally different things. The first EEG headsets available to the public were used mostly in gaming and even in fashion, but in the last few years, they've gotten a little more sophisticated.
Your Galaxy S5 is jammed to the brim with all sorts of electronic sensors. These are capable of reading humidity levels, ambient temperature, air pressure, and much more. Yet, while this data is constantly being collected by your phone, there aren't any built-in apps that are capable of displaying much of it.
The new Samsung Galaxy S4 may be the only phone to include temperature and humidity sensors, but your Galaxy Note 2 has a few weather-detecting features of its own.
Keeping up with current events is a good step towards becoming a well-informed person, but sometimes it's a chore. In-between work, school, commuting, social lives, and hobbies, it can be extremely hard to find time to pick up a newspaper or browse CNN to find out what's going on in the world.
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Sitting in the Powell Library at UCLA was a constant thing for me. Directly after class, I would streamline my way there to study all night until my eyes shuttered to sleep. For the most part, my classes and professors managed to keep my studying online via PDFs, emails, long essays and journal entries.
It may sound like deja vu, but neural interface startup CTRL-labs has closed a $28 million funding round led by GV, Google's funding arm, for technology that reads user's nerve signals to interpret hand gestures.
From parents and other family members to friends and peers, personalities are built by environment. Though people are important in the development of our own individual personality, there are other, different influences, including what you choose to read. The books you take the time to enjoy can make you nicer and more understanding, or leave you overall unchanged.
As soon as third-party keyboard compatibility was announced for iOS 8, Apple loyalists and the newly curious both looked to the popular Android third-party keyboard developer, SwiftKey, to see if they'd be offering their services to iOS.
Apple took great strides to enhance Accessibility features on iOS 7 for low-vision users, adding button shapes, dark colors, bold keyboard text, and more. With iOS 8, Apple looks to continue their run at making life easier for the optically impaired.
Impress all of your friends with some magic, or as others like to say, illusions. You don't need to be a magician to learn the illusion of magic. See for yourself how easy it is to learn... watch this video tutorial to see how to perform an amazing mind reading trick, where you ask someone to think of number between 50 and 100, where both numbers have to be even numbers, and neither number can be the same. This mind reading trick leaves only six numbers left, essentially turning it into picki...
Reading people's minds is something that most inquisitive and sensitive people have wished that they could do at some point. Well, what if you could? This video will show you a great multipurpose bar trick that will allow you to appear to read the mind or body of people in a variety of situations. It's really remarkable how easy this is and how well it works.
You don’t have to be a psychic to read someone’s mind – or, at least, to make them think you’re reading their mind, as shown in this how-to video. You will need one card with an "X" on back, an envelope with "you will choose (blank card)," a duplicate of the third card, and a flat surface. Watch this video magic tutorial and create the illusion of reading someone's mind while performing a card trick.
In this tutorial, professional guitar player David Wallimann, demonstrates how to read and understand guitar chords in less than one minute. With this straight forward approach you should be on your way to reading and performing proper chords in no time at all. Follow along and practice finger placement along with David, and start playing like a rock star. Reading chords is very important and is one of the first things you will learn when you start jamming, so get a head start and check out t...
If you've ever found yourself printing a copy of a document in Microsoft Office Word just to be able to read it, you'll appreciate the new Full Screen Reading feature in Microsoft Office Word 2007. For more on utilizing this handy new feature of Word, watch this MS Office how-to.
In this tutorial, we learn how to start reading sheet music for the piano. To be able to read the notes, you need to visualize what you are doing on the piano. A good starting point is the middle C on the keyboard. For a piano, you have horizontal lines in two sets on the sheet of paper. These lines are called "staffs" and the vertical lines are the "bar lines". The sections are called "measures". The top of those staffs is all the notes above the middle c. The bottom is all the notes below m...
Follow along as Nate Savage teaches us to read sheet music for the guitar. -The first thing you are going to need to know are the names of lines and spaces on a staff.
In this video, we learn how to take a reading comprehension test. First, you need to learn how to deal with the questions that are asked on the test. To help, you should learn how to read quickly instead of reading the entire paragraph. Read the questions first so you know what to look out for as you are reading the paragraph presented to you. This will save you a lot of time when you are taking the test and give you some time to go over the questions. When finished, you will get a great grad...
Impress your friends by learning how to perform an easy and amazing mind reading card trick. this video tutorial will how you how to do this mind reading magic card trick, so pay close attention. Is it sleight of hand or is it magic? See it revealed.
Learn to teach the relationship between the grand staff and the keyboard and which note corresponds with which key.
In this video, Peter John analyzes the right hand in palm reading. Once you have the hand turned over, you will see lines that are underneath the middle finger. The half line means that someone is emotional because the line arcs more than usual. The person also likes to show their emotion and have the emotions shown to them. Then bait line on the side of the hands should be slightly clear, which will tell how affectionate someone is and how much they show love. Right hand palm reading can be ...
In this tutorial, we learn how to understand the basics of reading sheet music. What you will first see are the basic clefs. One is for the right hand and one is for the left. In the middle is the middle c and on the far right is the c above the right hand. The notes continue in each direction but they follow an exact pattern. In the beginning, memorize only the middle "C", where it is on the piano. After this, you will learn the upper and lower "C". Continue to practice with reading the musi...
In this tutorial, we learn how to use Tarot cards and perform readings with Peter John. When you start to learn how to read cards to clients, you will first lay the cards out on the table. Then, the person who you are reading to will choose the cards from the pile. Depending on the card that they choose, you will read to them the description of what this card means. Then, you will delve deeper to tell them how it tells about their life and what their future will hold. After they are finished ...
Jim Winter shows you how to make a great quality handprint for your records or for palm-reading purposes. Sometimes you can read palms better with a handprint because a handprint will capture a lot of fine lines that you can't easily see with your eyes. Watch this video to learn how to make a beautiful handprint!
Intrigued by the world of palm reading? Understand the secrets of the palm with help from this video presented by Chuan Online. In this video, the secrets of palmistry, hand shapes and lines are revealed!
Astrologist and palmist Peter John demonstrates the basics of a palm reading in this how-to video. The deeper meaning behind hand shape, strength, and even the way they carry their hands, reveal deeper meanings about their personality. Watch this video palmistry tutorial from Peter John and learn how to interpret the deeper meanings hidden in the hands.
Watch this how to video to learn to perform a three cup mind reading magic trick. This tutorial teaches you to magically find an item that has been place under one of three cups when your back has been turned.
Do you want to learn what your hands can tell you about your personality with the ancient art of palmistry? Take a look inside palm reading with Per Hogseth the acclaimed psychic palm reader from Norway as he explains how to explore the universe residing within your own hands.