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Based on the 2010 memoir written by New York Times best-selling author, Bruce Feiler, NBC's new drama, Council of Dads hits screens on Tuesday - read on to find out how to watch it, no matter where you are in the world.Written and produced by husband-and-wife team Tony Phelan and Joan Ratner, whose past credits include Grey's Anatomy, the new series follows the life of Scott Perry, a father of five children who is diagnosed with cancer, played by Southland star Tom Everett Scott.Worried that he won't be there to guide and support his children, Scott and his wife turn to six of his best friends to step in as back-up dads, including Anthony, his oldest friend; Larry, his AA sponsor; and Oliver, his surgeon and best friend to his wife, Robin.The cast also features Prison Break and The Walking Dead star Sarah Wayne Callies, and Clive Standen,(Vikings, Taken). Read on for full details on how to stream Council of Dads no matter where you are in the world with our guide below.Cou…

YouTube Music migration is here, and it's still a disappointment

After years of wishing and hoping, all my music is back in one place.

Yes, I know, I'm one of five people who actually likes and uses YouTube Music and before that was a die-hard Google Play Music user since I first came to Android. When YouTube Music first re-launched, I had to start rebuilding my library from scratch, because while I'd spent 7 years building my library in Play Music — and several years before that building my initial library in iTunes — there was no way to bring that library over to the new service.

As such, I'm one of the few who gave a legitimate WOO HOO when I first heard that I was finally going to be able to re-unite my two libraries and access my not insignificant collection of Disney Parks music alongside my more recent obsessions with Panic! at the Disco and Skillet. You can now transfer your Play Music library to YouTube Music, and the process itself is relatively painless.

It's been fun to go through playlists from 5, 6 years ago in Play Music — the infectious cheer of old anime OPs and EDs, the old storylines woven for my characters through songs of the day, the carefree pop of yesteryear — and it's done wonders for my mood after being in a melancholic funk for the last two months. It's not all sunshine and rainbows, though; there are still flaws aplenty with how YouTube Music handles uploaded and purchased music, as well as continued problems YouTube just seems incapable of solving.

  • No equalizer: If there's one feature every music service in the world should have stolen from iTunes, it was the automatic equalizer that kept everything at about the same volume so that you didn't deafen yourself going from a too-quiet uploaded song to a too-loud YouTube remix video. GPM lacked it, but it's even more noticeable with YouTube Music and its wider array of content from non-official sources.
  • No editing: Play Music let you adjust the title, artist, album, and other meta data, as well as allowing you to edit or delete the album art. YouTube Music has no such mechanism, which is highly unfortunate as GPM set incorrect art of many of my tracks over the years and I can't get rid of it now without deleting the song and re-uploading it.
  • No download feature: Play Music's Music Manager for downloading your purchased and uploaded feature has been bugged out for a while now, but at least you still had the option to download your music through the Play Music website. With YouTube Music, there's not mechanism right now for downloading songs from your library, only uploading. So you'll want to back up any purchases or uploads to a secondary location in addition to uploading them to Play Music.
  • No lyrics or artist linking for purchased/uploaded music: If I bought a Daughtry album back in the day and had it added to my GPM library, when I was playing that song and clicked the Go to Artist option, I still went to the artist's main page where I could see all of their music, not just what I'd bought. If I do this in YTM, I am taken to a list of the other songs by that artist in my Uploads rather than the artist's proper page with the rest of their music.
  • Casting is still broken AF: Google created the Chromecast and the Google Casting protocols, so how in the actual hell can casting still be screwed up on Google's championed music service?! Casting has been broken since the service debuted at the end of 2015 — so broken in fact that there's not even a Casting option on YouTube Music's website today — and even when you can cast music to a speaker or TV through the mobile app, you lose the ability to repeat or shuffle music. I used to cast music to my speakers all day, but on YTM I have to revert to old-school Bluetooth for a stable experience, and that infuriates me.

I'm still going to keep using YouTube Music. I have to: there's no other system out there that lets me incorporate my curated collection of unofficial Disney Parks music with the latest soundtracks and teeny-bop that I gobble up like candy. At least, there's no other system out there that comes close without investing thousands to swap back to the Apple ecosystem, and even then that experience would be stunted and strained.

YouTube Music could be the best music service in the whole world, if it could just get its crap together and fix the basics before it keeps chasing Spotify for new features.

In other news around the Google and Android world this week:

  • I really thought we were getting a Pixel 4a announcement this week, but at least we go its really weird-looking wallpapers? The rumor that the Pixel 4a will actually run $350 instead of $400 is tantalizing, but it's hard to see Google turning a profit if it starts at $350 and then invariably gets discounted down to $300 or $275 by the end of the year. And more than ever, Google needs to turn a profit on its phones in 2020 after the Pixel 4's lackluster performance.
  • Facebook is buying Giphy and I'm going to be very disappointed if I start have to re-curate the Gifs folder of my Google Drive when it is inevitably ruined by its new owners. It's also hilarious that it's being added to the Instagram team because the Insta app has always been terrible for gifs and I don't think Giphy is going to fix that.
  • I've now been using the Lenovo Chromebook Duet, and while you'll get my full review of the little Chromebook tablet soon enough, what I will say so far is that the battery life is absolutely phenomenal. It took three full days to kill the battery after unboxing, and it's lasted 2-3 days on each full charge since then, though I'll confess that a good percentage of that time was using the Duet at an e-reader for my fanfiction cravings.

Now's absolutely the time to engage in some guilty pleasures to keep your spirits up, and what pleasures have you been partaking in of late as we head into a summer of uncertainty? I've been baking, reading, listening to old favorites, and re-watching old cartoons on Disney+ to help fill the gut-wrenching ending to The Clone Wars.



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