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Rumor had it last week that the Federal Communications Commission was planning to roll back rules protecting net neutrality. Now several major companies who make up the backbone of the internet are fighting the change. The Internet Association, a lobby repping Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Netflix and others, met with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai earlier this […]
I don’t care about Net Neutrality because I’m fine letting greedy telecom companies decide how I use the internet. And also, I don’t care about our country’s future. *** This is satire. *** Many…
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Think your muted? Better think again. A team of researchers found out Big Tech keeps recording when you mute.
«We achieved 81.9% macro accuracy on identifying six common background activities using intercepted outgoing telemetry packets when a user is muted.»
If your resolution for 2017 is to take better photographs than your current blurry effort, you'll want to check out this free MOOC from Harvard.
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We recently had a major overhaul of our pricing and landing page and wanted to get a good idea of what a high-converting pricing page looked like. We turned to the experts. There are a lot of best practices for SaaS pricing pages out there, with giants like HubSpot, ConversionXL and SixteenVentures being the authorities. I thought the best way would be to look […]
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