Samsung Pay news.
Better, faster and with a more consistent look and feel.
The phenomenal rise of the Stories format in social media.
Twitter has found a bug that stored passwords unmasked.
Unless you do this.
What it means and why it’s important.
What it means for marketers.
Chapters, articles and recitals of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
An AI system for accomplishing real world tasks over the phone.
“We seem to have a surplus of people with ideas for tearing things down and a deficit of people with ideas for making things more resilient.”
Faster email drafts, assisted by artificial intelligence.
Achieving GDPR Compliance shouldn’t feel like a struggle.
The once popular measures for social influence are soon gone.
Who said that there are no other web analytics tools?
Unintended consequences of technology: ask the right questions.
“Your resumé shouldn’t be a listing of everything you’ve done. It should tell a story about your passions and experience.”
How important each factor is and the evidence we have for it.
Why you should disable PGP/GPG and S/MIME for now.
Findings of a large-scale study.
The popular Twitter app with a lot of new features, including a dark theme.
Tips, tactics, and strategies to get higher rankings.
Check how your web page looks like when it is posted on social media.
GDPR-related emails are flooding inboxes across Europe.
Stream releases an open source podcast and RSS reader.
Yes, you can.
Keep track of the GDPR compliance of cloud services and subprocessors.
10 mistakes you may be making and how to fix them.
How EU’s regulation maps to your business and responsibilities.
The impact of the General Data Protection Regulation.
You shouldn’t be either.
“Too often people don’t realize how talented they are. When someone dismisses something they did as easy, I like to remind them that it’s only easy because they’ve become an expert.”
A front page for the web marketing world.
Where we are and where we are going.
The popular password manager has landed on Windows.
And how to be in the other 9%.
Facebook removes trending to focus on better news experiences.
The factors that determine what you see in your feed.
Write subject lines with a new mindset.
How to do a data detox, in a zillion easy steps.
From clean, modern aesthetics towards curvy, retro designs.
“Ask a lot of people for feedback, get stuck. Ask a few people for feedback, get moving.”
Leverage factors that improve your traffic and rankings.
Google’s social objectives for AI applications.
“Advertising is the only accepted currency of the web.”
How it happens and what it means to us.
It’s happening faster than expected.
An evolving collection of design patterns for sharing data.
Great impact with little effort.
Options that still exist and will work in the near future.
An introduction to the most popular crawlers.
What you can look for.
Where we are and where we are going.
A detailed study of 1 million sessions.
Going after YouTube, with vertical video.
A bird emerges from the ashes.
Remixed Twitter or Tumblr content on Instagram.
What may condemn you to the bottom of Google search results.
The myth of the Silicon Valley wunderkind.
Google combines Ads and Google Analytics in one platform.
Now you can temporarily hide posts by keywords.
Key aspects in making a brand successful.
Anonymous communication in the browser.
Facebook gives users more information about advertisers.
“Be grateful for every chance to do something right.”
Everything old is new again: it’s time to re-decentralise the web.
The company is rolling out more detailed maps.
The cold blue light of modern screens poses health problems.
Take PowerPoint design seriously.
Software developers scan hundreds of millions of emails.
Analysis of the proposal.
The battle continues.
The popular website is about to become a place for marketing too.
GDPR compliance efforts are falling short.
A more reliable way to measure your Twitter influence.
Let’s care more about the people trolls hurt.
“There are 4 types of wealth: 1. Financial wealth (money), 2. Social wealth (status), 3. Time wealth (freedom), 4. Physical wealth (health). Be wary of jobs that lure you in with 1 and 2, but rob you of 3 and 4.”
The popular tool for saving web pages is going indie again.
“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.
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.