On March 3rd 2020, Google made an announcement that it will not be building alternate tracking identifiers with any other cross-site tracking abilities once third-party cookies are phased out. This change is scheduled to happen by late 2023. The announcement itself isn’t too big of a shock at this point, however for advertisers and other …
While the afterlife is something that we don’t want to think about, it might be something worth thinking about for a few reasons. Even if you haven’t experienced loss in the family, the aspect of death has always had ripple effects. From figuring out how to memorialize someone to the what kind of service you’re running and so on.
It’s getting to that time of year again. Yep it’s back to school season. But instead of groaning about the upcoming semester, we want to be covering some gadgets that’ll make your life easier. From feel good things to spruce up a college dorm room to tools to help studying or de-stressing, this list is practical and must-have gadgets that’ll help you succeed.
While a lot of us have growing privacy concerns, it may seem like a lot of the big companies are out to get us. But if you’ve been reading some of my articles on privacy, we actually have a surprising amount of control over our privacy. I’ve already discussed aspects about Facebook, but today I want to focus on another giant: Google.
It goes without saying, if you have a business you absolutely need to have a social presence. What this means is you need to be on social media. I’m sure you’ve heard this already, but the tricky thing to this advice is there are so many out there that it’d be impossible to manage being on all of them.