“People are engaging with the Web in entirely new ways.”
“Great opportunities never have ‘great opportunity’ in the subject line.”
“Being hard on yourself is the fastest way to grow. Don’t wait for someone else to do it. That’s lazy. Don’t be lazy about self-improvement.”
A new way to explore live radio streams around the world.
Ways to respond to different kind of clients.
Key takeaways from the study.
Yahoo! recommends you to protect your account.
The popular note-taking app annoys users.
Facebook starts to fight back.
Notes are not read without your express permission.
“The iPad Pro is, by far, the best computer I’ve ever owned.”
“The answer to, ‘What idiot did this!?’ is almost always, ‘A smart, well-intentioned person making tradeoffs you hadn’t even considered’.”
“Leadership is not a journey to rise in the ranks. It is a journey to help those around us rise.”
“The most important thing you can do during a talk is to be yourself. Start there.”
The dangers of data ideologies excluding other decision-making inputs.
“Social networks are over-optimized for collecting. Collecting people, likes, stars, etc. But never culling, cleaning, making sane.”
“I’m officially suspending sales and support of Mint and Fever.”
Everyone can help to fix the fake news problem.
What you can do before you start a company.
“Twitter is the only social network that connects people over ideas rather than over pre-existing relationships.”
The platform moves away from ad-supported content.
Early plans and concepts.
What’s the right business model for content providers?
A timeline and publishing platform for the open web, based on RSS.
New chapter for the popular project management service.
A new opportunity to make informed business decisions.
The shift in the way humans interact with machines.
“I believe we are on the verge of a renaissance in ad technology.”
10 ways to use browser features for your SEO audits.
A visual guide to the security indicators of the browser.
“We’ve moved into the stage where product design dominates.”
“We will be shutting down the App.net service on March 14, 2017.”
link:www.domain.com is no longer functioning.
What to expect.
What it means for businesses and users.
Findings of the Parse.ly report.
Now premium videos are preferred.
You can improve your security by supporting your users.
The new brand identity of Mozilla based on open source principles.
What we can learn from remote companies.
Another attempt to make buying as easy as possible.
How to tell clients or laymans how website caching works.
Changes to the Firefox security user experience.
The art of setting expectations.
Tests with Facebook Stories are beginning in Ireland.
There’s lot of room for future growth.
Facebook lets you make your account more secure.
Mozilla is focused on revitalizing the product.
From browser tabs to a model that tells a complete story.
The assumptions we can leave behind, and what we build next.
Tips to get your proposal over the line.
Ways to present the output of your analytical efforts.
How to rank your videos on YouTube and Google.
“I used to work and take a break with social media. It’s gotten to the point where work is the reprieve.”
Why good copy is critical to your businesses success.
Don’t confuse ‘I don’t like it’ with ‘That’s a bad product and it’ll fail’.
Relaunch of the journalism-tech network.
Forecasts of social media experts.
It may not be an easy ride but it can make you happy.
Online tracking gets harder to evade.
The state of Google’s upcoming operating system.
“A/B testing is actually very hard to do right.”
“The nature of digital requires a unique approach to managing projects.”
“Reward the right behaviors and you will get the right results. Reward only the results and you will get all sorts of behaviors.”
How marketing agencies and consultants price themselves.
Current users are a window into the best ways to raise your retention rates.
Anti-virus products can make devices less secure.
The read-it-later service will continue operating.
The end of a time when humans tried to organize the web.
Here’s what we learned about YouTube SEO.
A journey in 67 parts, split into five functional stories.
A way to improve the commenting experience.
The real contribution of a designer and an engineer to a product.
The major updates to the treatment of Google text ads.
Either way, you end up stranded on the side of the road.
Knowing your customer better makes your marketing better.
Three things we need to change to save it.
What Google now designates as low quality content.
An intuitive way to annotate documents and to make excerpts.
What marketers need to know.
Short answer: yes.
Helpful analogies to explain tech jargon to everyone.
Takeaways for marketers.
The popular iOS automation app and its team is going to Apple.
Inspired by the ideas from the book ‘Unsubscribe’.
What the premium version could look like.