“Staying small allows you both, be fast and slow. You can ship and act fast when needed, but you can also slow down while remaining operative without the pressure of overhead.”
A way to measure if people are actually reading your content.
What you need to know.
Insights from industry thought leaders and practitioners.
Ways to attract awareness and interest in your content.
A few tricks the bad guys are using.
Collaboration for ‘the future of portability’.
Youngsters report problems with anxiety, depression, sleep and ‘FoMO’.
The web standard smashes the walls between the web’s social silos.
Which is the best alternative for mid- and larger sites?
Google rolls out a big change for Chrome.
RSS reader to browse your favorite content, with no tracking and no ads.
Beneficial purpose, creator reputation, and more
US publishers can now markup news sections for the Google Assistant.
A guide to remote working and how to get started.
A viable alternative to its native app.
“The best way to teach someone is to give them the necessary tools, a real project, and a deadline. Without a real project, the lessons won’t stick, and without a deadline, they won’t feel the urgency to learn.”
A checklist to identify the cause of your site’s search traffic loss.
A passwordless experience on the web.
“Something I wish I’d learned earlier in my career: The way companies run their recruiting process is a strong indicator for what it’s like to work there.”
Because Firefox is now more than a web browser.
What you can do to speed up things.
“The secret to managing an out-of-control amount of browser tabs is to just open another browser window.”
What to expect from the app.
What a web more fully in users’ control could look like.
An activity dashboard, a daily reminder, and more.
“SEO isn’t going away anytime soon.”
Podcast hosting and analytics for creatives, brands, professionals.
Untapped strategies and advanced tips.
“Web: ‘We noticed you’re using an Ad blocker.’ Me: ‘I noticed you’re using 32 tracking services.’”
It has nothing to do with its retail business.
“There’s a big difference between being demanding and being demeaning. Great leaders don’t undermine people, they elevate them.”
“One of the most value-add things a leader can do is stop conversations as soon as there are diminishing returns.”
How to customize visuals for your social platforms.
Tips from top marketers in the industry.
Instapaper relaunches its Premium offer and resumes its EU service.
Key findings of the study.
Popular and lesser known marketing tools.
“Every person carries around a device with access to the totality of human knowledge and yet people are constantly wrong about everything.”
“We should all give each other more room to make mistakes.”
“Websites these days, it’s no wonder nobody uses them on mobile.”
Let’s take a look at negative and positive factors of a web site.
Two months after GDPR took effect.
Insights about the trend of digital nomads and remote working.
“In the same way that sound isn’t music, traffic isn’t audience.”
“Rest, a lot. That’s when ideas come. Read a lot, eclectically, about everything that interests you. That’s where ideas come from. And wear groovy shirts.”
Find your Twitter friends on Mastodon, the community-owned social network.
The grass isn’t always greener.
Great additions to your link tool arsenal.
“How about if we all start blogging and subscribing to each other’s Atom feeds again? The original distributed social network could still work pretty well if we actually start using it.”
What to expect from the new form.
“Your personal brand is the most stupid way in which you’ve accidentally injured yourself.”
“Innovation is not creating something new. Innovation is not inventing something that didn’t exist before. Innovation is adding new value that didn’t exist before.”
“It’s not about time management, it’s about obligation elimination.”
The impact of the EU rules on third-party cookies.
“If you are successful, it’s almost always because some people went out of their way to help you. You have a moral obligation to pay it forward.”
Tutorial and template.
Here’s how you can fix that.
But publishers start to question AMP’s benefits.
Forming meaningful connections with like-minded colleagues.
Improve search engine rankings by fixing crawl budgets.
What community management really means.
What’s possible when you use the right sources.
“A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other.”
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.
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.”
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.
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.”