Can I make music on my phone?

Yes, but you’ll need a decent computer to do it – not something that will run Android tablets or phones. It takes a good chunk (a few hours) of battery life to make a proper mix for your phone and tablet – for this purpose the app provides a way to use different audio files from a variety of online sources, including Spotify and SoundCloud.

What if I want to know if my new songs are any good? Good question! This app includes a feature to test your mix for accuracy from multiple sources, using your phone, tablets and PC simultaneously.

Can I download music from my mobile phone? No, just as long as it’s a file that you’ve uploaded to SoundCloud or Spotify – the app only recognizes audio files that you have uploaded to your collection. Don’t worry though, we’ll email you to let you know when we’ve got your music!

As part of his annual tour of the National World War II Museum, the legendary film director will take the audience on a journey where he will be the first person to walk the entire length of the USS Wisconsin (BB-57) (a.k.a. “The Big Dandy”). At the start of the tour, he will tell the history of the ship, who designed it, how she operated in World War II, and how she has influenced future generations, and then he will go behind the scenes on the construction and operation of this remarkable ship, which not only serves to remind us about our military heroes and the horrors they faced but also serves to make us question the very origins of modern-day wars.

This past week, two Republican state representatives in North Carolina proposed a bill that would ban gay conversion therapy and a third would prohibit “interracial dating” as a form of bullying. The bills came just two months after the U.S. Supreme Court made gay marriage legal, making it the country’s first civil right, and after a sweeping wave of LGBT victories, including a gay rights referendum in Maryland and the federal court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

But it wasn’t until the bill came up in the House that it took off at all, as it quickly passed into law, by unanimous vote, and with a single Democratic vote, in a vote that was watched closely by the national media.

The North Carolina bills have not gone down without a fight, however. Many state attorneys general have expressed concern that the legislation could impose a chilling effect on the work of the North