A user gesture is now required to send Safari Push Notifications.
Can you finish this sentence: ’Only we …?′
Ways to stand out from the crowd.
Ways to get better at learning computer programming.
The Chrome security team is rethinking URLs across the web.
What you need to know if you have a custom domain on Medium.
“You are underestimating the compounding awesomeness of continually fixing small broken things.”
Engadget requested personal information from dozens of companies.
Introduction to a microblogging platform similar to Twitter.
A study of 1-million websites.
How it works.
“The most underrated algorithm in data science is ‘go talk to people who deal with the problem every day and learn from them.’”
If you’re self-funding a business, you are the main investor.
The DWeb: what it is and how it works.
Users will have to switch over to Gmail.
But the battle isn’t over yet.
A simple way to track and communicate your program.
It can be done with just a few lines of code.
Mozilla takes aggressive measures to protect users’ privacy.
Rules to protect yourself and other people.
A shared space to build your professional communities.
What we have to do if we want to see a more open web.
The last goodbye.
Now available for Viveport, Oculus, and Daydream.
You can soon craft a timeline that fits your needs.
“Having the self-belief that you will be able to figure things out as you go along is critical to success at anything hard.”
Be proactive about how you spend your time.
What it is and how it works.
A login to a Google service now means auto login to Google Chrome.
What Chrome’s new forced login policy means for users.
“The best protection against competitor x is to do things that are contrary to their DNA.”
A first look at the next chapter of Google Search.
“This will change the way you look at your onsite SEO.”
The vicious circle of SEO.
Chrome’s new UI reminds users which Google Account is signed in.
A social network off the grid, open source and community owned.
The future of referral traffic looks grim.
Optimal image sizes for popular social media networks.
“It’s common to have vision; it’s rare to have plans.”
Cloudflare promises always-fair pricing.
Be in control of how your browser looks, feels and works.
Solid, an open project to reshape the web as we know it.
The web inventor wants to reinvent the web.
“It’s usually easier to change the non-human parts of the system than it is to change human behavior.”
The Internet Archive makes Wikipedia more reliable.
Say hello to the Fake Followers Audit.
The Google News Initiative launched the beta version.
“I used to trust some of Google’s products, like Chrome. I increasingly don’t.”
Windows 10 will soon mirror Android apps.
How to destroy your website in search with 4 easy steps.
The company brings a camera and microphone into living rooms.
Over the next 10 months.
The perfect countdown timer for your launch or your deadline.
On-demand, expert readers for feedback on your unpublished work.
“The danger of competitors, for a good startup, is not that they’ll take your users, but that you’ll do dumb things out of fear of them.”
Why it’s better to show users only what they need.
Startup accelerator designed for bootstrappers.
Five strategies for pushing through.
“If you work with other people, writing is a skill that helps you every day.”
“Your desire to succeed doesn’t have to prevent you from celebrating other people’s successes.”
How to leverage other people’s content.
“Don’t be data-driven. Be data-informed. Metrics should never be in charge because they have no moral compass.”
Case studies where data pillaging turned into data capitalisation.
“I wish we could require anyone dispensing business advice to publish their revenue and profitability numbers.”
“If you think someone’s work is good, and important, tell them! It really can make a surprisingly large difference.”
Myths vs. realities of Google, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, DuckDuckGo, and more.
“No marketer can afford to ignore page speed in 2019.”
The answer lies with your ‘Undecided Explorers’.
You still have a significant say in how it works for you.
Mozilla introduces new privacy features.
But don’t hold your breath.
An approach for user researchers to increase their impact.
Search operators that will give you some fresh SEO ideas.
“Don’t solve with process what you can solve with a conversation.”
Same principles, but different and newer techniques.
“The problem with replying to email, is that people reply back.”
Native apps are no longer as necessary as they once were.
Let’s ensure a neutral and sustainable future for GraphQL.
“Interviewing stakeholders is crucial for designers.”
Your stats in Google Search.
Cloudflare introduces the 184.108.40.206 mobile app.
“First time founders are obsessed with product. Second time founders are obsessed with distribution.”