Lester Cohen/Getty Images for The Recording Academy The Grammy Awards is the Met Gala of awards season, which means celebrities pull out all the stops with their red carpet fashion. Nothing is off limits, and no design is too over-the-top.Remember when Jennifer Lopez's plunging green Versace dress inspired Google's image search? Or when Lady Gaga arrived at the 2011 Grammy Awards in an egg? Like we said, nothing is off limits.Not surprisingly, the 2019 Grammys are no different. The biggest musicians are turning heads and stopping traffic as they step in front of the flashing lights. Saint Heart arrived at the star-studded event wearing a butterfly gown, quite literally. Her
The phrase ‘Performance art’ is an interesting term as it is a form of live art that most people don’t know much about and it is often confused with ‘performing arts’. A cursory Google image search throws up hundreds of images of artists in various postures and props, exhibiting themselves as the artwork as opposed to an artwork created by them. So, what exactly is performance art and how does it differ from performing arts? A simple way to differentiate performance art from performing art is that a performance art utilises the performer’s body itself as an art work or an art installation, as Pallavi Verma, a city-based theatre artist explains, “Any performing art like theatre or dance depicts a story with a lot of rehearsals while a performance art is something that involves the viewer
When it comes to technology, we often learn computer tips and tricks either via doing our own research or by having someone show it to us.On your computer, phone or tablet, there are tons of secret tricks you may not even know about! These tricks can often save you time, make you much efficient and can be downright impressive. From using your voice to type to making your smart speaker do your bidding, here are 7 great digital tricks that you'll be using time and time again.1. Use your voice instead of typingFor most busy individuals, typing is life. We take tons of notes -Â both at work and at home. We jot down emails, texts, status updates, reminders, schedules, things to pick up at the grocery - the list goes on.But let's face it, typing all d
If you're just about to leave the comfort of Wi-Fi to risk expensive data fees and dead zones — or, you know, get on a plane for 2 hours — you might plan ahead and download some YouTube videos to kill some time. If you're like most people, you still want to see the highest possible quality, so you might have been disappointed that YouTube caps offline downloads at a measly 720p. That may be changing as it looks like the cap will be rising to a cool 1080p in the future. Teardown Disclaimer: Teardowns are based on evidence found inside of apks (Android's application package) and are necessarily speculative and usually based on incomplete information. It's possible that the guesses made here are wrong or inaccurate. Even when predictions are correct, there is always a chance that pro
Google loves their refinement bubbles so much that they are also testing it on the image search box in web search. They have it for featured snippets, videos and for image search and many other cases and now they are testing it in the image search box directly in web search.I believe Dan Shure was the first to spot this and posted on Twitter, then Brodie Clark posted on Twitter and I also got an email from Frank. Thanks for all your notifications.Here is what it looks like with the test of refinement bubbles:Here is what it looks like without it:Here are more screen shots:Here's what it looks like when you're not part of the test. There isn't the ability to scroll through or refine – can just click on an image and go directly to that photo in G Images. pic.twitter.com/Hde8G3WZNW—
Are you looking for love this Valentine's Day? Be on guard as the Better Business Bureau of Eastern North Carolina says the plethora of online dating sites and apps have made fraud even easier to commit. Victims in the US and Canada have reported losing nearly $1 billion over the last three years, and BBB estimates there may be more than a million victims in the U.S. alone.Alyssa Gutierrez with the BBB explains how the scammer grooms the victim and takes time to build trust."Trying to relate personal stories and trying to use words like love and the best connection they've ever had." Once they have their victim's trust, the big red flag is when they ask for money. "This is where the scammers try to get money from the victim, and it can be anything from I need money to start a business, ...
Ever since I read a 2014 WHO report stating that antibiotic-resistant bacteria could kill more people each year than cancer by 2050, I have been looking for signs of hope that we might avoid plummeting towards an apocalyptic nightmare of mass deaths by infection. But seriously â¦ #saveantibiotics #AntibioticResistance #10yearscallenge pic.twitter.com/Js4lYBfnye â Kathryn Merkel (@KeepATXabx) February 3, 2019 There seems to be no signs of the menace slowing down. Even last year, a study conducted in my hometown, the south Indian city of Chennai, found that the bacteria in 46 percent of food samples collected were resistant to colistin â a drug that is used as the last line of defense against otherwise untreatable bacterial infections. In fact, genes
Google plans to change how the Search Console Performance reports count some metrics. At the end of March, rather than use the URL that appears in the search bar, Google said that for some searches it will begin using the canonical URL for reporting.The change is intended to help marketers see all the search metrics for all content at one property in one place. Mobile or AMP pages will also show as one property making it easier to identify issues. And it will improve the AMP and mobile-friendly reports by serving up more data.Google said it will backdate all the data to January 2018, and allow marketers to view both old and new versions for a few weeks during the transition to see the impact and understand the differences.The company did make suggestions on how to prepare for the change...
Multiple Facebook posts have shared a picture that they claim shows Indonesian vice president Jusuf Kalla officially declaring his support for opposition candidate Prabowo Subianto in 2019 presidential elections. The posts are false. The photo is an old image that has been taken out of context. AFP has found at least three Facebook posts featuring the image, which shows Kalla, popularly known as JK, posing for a photo with Subianto and his running mate, Sandiaga Uno. The image shows the trio clasping hands. One of the posts is this January 30 entryÂ which has been shared more than 800 times andÂ is captioned: âBreaking news!! Mr. JK officially joins the camp of and supports Mr. Prabowo and Mr. Sandiaga Uno at 4 pm.â Screenshot of the misleading post. Kalla is the chief
06/02/2019 APPA-award-winning Melbourne-based commercial photographer, Lisa Saad, has been accused of including appropriated elements from work by Dutch architectural photographer, Marcel van Balken into a prominent image in her current portfolio. Lisa Saad’s award-winning image has been accused of appropriating elements from the picture below. The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) is currently reviewing the allegations, and the process may take up to two weeks before a finding due to the ‘complex-multi-element digital illustration employing photographic elements’. In the meantime, the AIPP has responded to ‘significant comment in social media’ with a press release addressing the issue (published below). Marcel’s image, Runner, is a photo illustration made