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Within the app, you organize your notes by hashtags rather than unwieldy folders. You can also link notes to one another, which makes it a lot easier to chain together related thoughts instead of having to dump everything into one giant Super Note or remember that you had a few things to say, split into different notes, about a particular topic. Install Bear’s browser extension for Safari, Chrome, or Firefox, and you’ll be able to create new notes from whatever portion of a webpage you select. Also, Bear makes it easy to import notes from other services, including Apple Notes, so you really have no reason to not give it a spin.

If you need to sync notes and don’t feel like paying for it, consider apps like OneNote , Fun Fair beanie hat Black Fendi TJ6G8R4jr7
, or Simplenote —all good choices, but none that can beat our Bear for usability and looks.

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Who would have thought that text expansion, otherwise known as typing shortcuts, would be so expensive? While it’s true that you can create these kinds of shortcuts yourself directly within macOS , a full-fledged text expansion app is going to save you a lot of time and trouble. We like aText if for nothing else than its price—$5—given that much-loved alternatives like Textexpander ($3.33/mo on an annual plan; $45 for an older standalone) and TypeIt4Me 6 ($20) are anywhere from a bit to a lot more expensive.

As for aText, using it is simple. You set it up so that whenever you enter little words or phrases, the app drops in something else. So, you can finally correct that annoying “ducking” issue forevermore,

Text expansion, also known as typing shortcuts, can save you hours of typing each day . You type a small word or combination of characters and it’ll expand into full, complex sentences that you often use. We love aText because it offers so many great features and only costs $5. If you haven’t yet jumped on the text expansion train, it’s time.

Todoist

For simple note-taking and note-organizing, you can’t go wrong with Todoist . The app is completely free—unless you want to pay $29/yearly for more advanced features like automatic reminders, backups, themes, and an activity overview, to name a few features. Otherwise, the basics are great. It’s easy to create and synchronize tasks (and subtasks) across all of your Todoist-using devices, and browser extensions (including a Gmail addon ) will help you make Todoist, and your growing task list, an ever-present part of your daily life. You won’t have that same kind of experience with plain ol’ Notes, especially if you’re trying to access your items on multiple platforms.

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*Warning: Spoiler Alert for Westworld Season Two*

After an up-and-down second season and an underwhelming finale , it’s understandable if some Westworld fans are concerned about the future of the series. It’s even more understandable if some HBO executives are concerned about the $100 million show after it shed printed saffiano baseball cap Black Prada 7pFdMttZOi
of its viewership this year compared to season one. At times, the sci-fi epic can be mesmerizing and beautiful with its poignant examination of humanity and its many flaws; then, a series of ridiculous plot twists will arise that make you wonder if it was all just written on the fly (answer: kind of ).

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As we head into season three and beyond, it’s OK to ask if co-creators and showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan have a plan in place. The last thing viewers want is another public tailspin à la LOST .

“We have an ending in mind; we’ve had it from the pilot. It’s very emotional, I think,” Joy told Stuff.com New Zealand . “I can’t tell you exactly when that ending will come… but I think for every season what we try to do is tell a chapter of the story that gives you closure and then opens a door to a new chapter. The overarching question of the series is, what will become of this new lifeform? So I feel it would be irresponsible to not have an end goal in mind.”

That’s music to a skeptic’s ears. Unfairly or not, the legacies of so many great shows have been tarnished by dips in later seasons and no clear path toward a finale; LOST , Dexter , How I Met Your Mother , The Sopranos —and those are only recent-ish examples. It’s encouraging to hear that Westworld is definitively building towards, well, something .

Season three will begin to deliver on that by expanding the scope of Westworld and, as teased in the season two finale, exploring the real world.

“It was always the plan to explore the real world, and we have Dolores there, Bernard’s there and a creature that is certainly inhabiting Hale’s body is there,” Joy said. “So we’ll come to know more of who Hale is. There are three hosts out in the world, and next season will really be an exploration of what they find and who they become.”

Fans had to wait almost two years in between Westworld ‘s rookie run and sophomore effort, and Joy and Nolan have said there will be a significant wait once again for season three. But could the long layoff have contributed to Westworld ‘s decline in the ratings? A show built on big reveals and plot intricacies can’t expect its fan base to keep everything straight for too long.

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Oasis were terrible at being The Biggest Band in the World, but as this 20th anniversary reissue of their first album—a three-disc collection packed with demos and live performances—makes sparklingly clear, they were amazing at to be The Biggest Band in the World.

"I don’t want [to] get too big," Noel Gallagher back in 1994, squinting into the crystal ball a couple of months before the release of Oasis ' debut album, Definitely Maybe . "I'd love to do Wembley Stadium, but where do you go after that?" At the time, the guitarist and songwriter was talking to a fanzine and getting ready to play the lame, 400-capacity East Wing venue in Brighton, England. So not only was Noel looking forward to playing the UK's most storied venue—which was more than 200 times bigger than the East Wing—he was basically already over the fantasy. "I didn’t think we’d get to this stage here for another two years, and in a way it’s fuckin' pissed me off," he continued, talking about the tumbling hype that had followed their first single, "Supersonic", which debuted on the UK charts at #31 earlier that year. "We were going to be this maverick outcast band from Manchester…we were going to shove it up them for two years and then we’d split up."

Oasis did eventually sell-out Wembley three times over at the end of 1997, but by then they were already mired in bloated obsolescence—and they did split up, but only after about 15 years of spinning their wheels. Noel knew his grandest rock'n'roll dreams could lead to trouble, even when they were still merely outsized ambitions in '94. All of those dreams—the platinum plaques, the American crossover, the record-breaking festivals—came true in spectacular fashion over the course of the next three years, and then Oasis really did have no idea where to go. They were terrible at being The Biggest Band in the World, but as this 20th anniversary reissue of their first album makes sparklingly clear, they were amazing at wanting to be The Biggest Band in the World.

Definitely Maybe was made by five losers from the dreary Manchester suburb of Burnage, a locale Noel has described as "a little shitty town where fuck-all happens—it’s one pub and a chippie and a bookie and that’s it." They were second-generation Irish working-class roustabouts who used their government assistance money to buy smokes, drugs, and pints on the weekend before heading back to their dead-end jobs. As Alex Niven writes in his well-rounded new 33 ⅓ book on Definitely Maybe , the boys in Oasis were emblematic of the socio-economic demoralization brought on by England's every-man-for-himself Conservative policies of the 1980s and early '90s. As Noel once , "Where I come from, people didn't become rock stars. That happened to other people."

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