In Focus Music is an established “Total Music Service” offering arranging, composing, recording, producing, consulting and almost every other imaginable music industry resource for the development of YOUR next CD, music performance or music seminar.
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If you’ve ever thought about making your own website for a business or just for fun you’ve probably searched the web on how to make a website and have seen websites talking about WordPress. WordPress powers about 20% of the internet, so what is WordPress and what is the difference between WordPress and a website? WordPress is a free software application which offers wide array of powerful and still user-friendly tools that will let you build any type of website you want with many different features. With a standard website you will have to format HTML content, connect to a web server, send images and other files to the server and repeat this process every time you want to make a small change. If you don’t do this type of work daily then it is easy to get confused and make mistakes doing everything by hand.
WordPress on the other hand is a Content Management System, or CMS, which allows anyone to create and edit their website material (or content) including images, video, and other multimedia without having to learn how to code HTML and open complicated server tools to physical web servers. The great thing about WordPress is that it is so popular that you can find a free WordPress tutorial easily by just searching YouTube, there are also full websites that offer great WordPress tutorial for beginners like http://buildyourwpsite.com.
With a little knowledge, anyone can create and modify their own website for less than $100. If you don’t want to do everything yourself you can always get help through web developer and when everything is set, you can still easily modify your website through the guided knowledge you learn.
Apple recently released their iOS7 beta for developers around the world and I fortunately got my hands on a copy. To be fair this review is from my perspective and from a iPhone 4 device. Apple made iOS7 fully compatible with iPhone4 and up devices and will eventually release the beta for iPads alike too.
After loading iOS7, the first initial reaction was just how much more minimalistic the design looked. Apple has always been a fan of keeping things simple but the iOS7 brought things to a whole another level. The main core app icons are all now less beveled and appear flat, although I’m guessing apps you download will still appear 3D like.
The color scheme also seemed a lot more vibrant with more usage of white than before but with a mixture of brighter fluorescent colors to contrast. Even the font appeared a little thinner than normal.
Improvements across the board were added from the camera features, quick settings menu, better multitasking, improved gallery, iTunes radio, and much more. We do wish they added animated emoticons to their default smiley list.
What was still quite noticeable was how iOS7 packed features that were already available on Android. Overall the iOS7 just felt like a redesign rather than a completely new OS. It’s a bit slicker to the eye with a lot of features borrowed from Android devices.