What’s new at the Internet Archive.
It’s not only possible but pretty approachable too.
“Top skill for entrepreneurs: Being great at ignoring what everyone else is doing.”
“The only way to know if someone will pay for something is to put a price on it and see if they buy it. Asking ‘Would you pay $25 for this?’ won’t get you an answer. Why? It costs nothing to say ‘yes’.”
“I saw a guy at Starbucks today. No iPhone. No tablet. No laptop. He just sat there. Drinking coffee. Like a Psychopath.”
Designers cannot produce a good design in a vacuum.
“No one told me that running a company is just continuously snoozing emails until you die.”
How Firefox’s reporting works for you.
The CMS now enables subscription business models for independent creators.
There’s more to using color in marketing than aesthetics alone.
How to prioritise and structure your time.
Experiences of a tech consulting firm with 8 to 1 jobs.
How Google continues to improve the quality of its search.
Facebook tests a dedicated place for news in the US.
Every statistic about remote work you could ever need.
The dangers of using metaphors in our professional lives.
“Writing direct, easy to read emails that cut right to the chase is an undervalued skill. It’s just like designing a website or writing copy: Don’t make me think.”
The mental health challenges of remote work.
Let’s fight for the web we want.
Twitter decides to stop all political advertising on its platform.
“At our school, we don’t call them ‘soft skills’ because they are quite hard. Instead, we call them ‘power skills’ and they’re the most important skills we teach our students.”
How to add your web app to the Samsung Store.
A collection of templates and resources covering many topics.
What changes for Fitbit users.
The new icon is a wave surfing the web.
A new way to check citations from books and the web.
The Facebook app will keep its own branding.
No more prompts without user interactions.
“Careers are very long. People may get lucky early, but it is amazing to observe how the passage of time eventually favors the persistent and focused.”
Bing’s new penalty to address ‘inorganic site structure’ violations.
“Customers don’t churn. They leave.”
WordPress introduces subscriptions with recurring payments.
The free way to run Basecamp for personal projects.
A list to build a complete productivity stack.
Prepare yourself for the next year.
ICANN removed all price controls on .org.
Google makes it easy for marketers to make bad decisions.
Mozilla is staking a comeback on its dedication to privacy.
What you can expect in the near future.
Everything you need to know.
Insights into the search performance for product rich results.
Amnesty questions the tech giants’ core business model.
“You need to be able to say what your startup does in 2-4 words. No one has the time or attention span for an elevator pitch anymore.”
What online content monetization could look like.
Good news: Firefox with uBlock Origin can stop it. Chrome, not so much.
How users navigate search features and what it means for SEO.
Let’s make our online world safe and empowering for everyone.
Publishers reclaim control of earning potential.
No exact date for when usernames will be available.
A private space for the most important people in your life.
Let’s go through their four foundation development stages.
Why there is no revolution on the way.
From MVPs to MVLPs.
Discover rapidly growing content topics before they take off.
Better privacy protections by default without breaking sites.
“You do not go farther by tearing others down. It just doesn’t work like that. Build each other up. We get further together.”
A better, faster way to share from your Photos library.
Hear me out. Just because we’re about to start a new decade doesn’t mean you need to set goals for the next 10 years. Small goals are great.
The social news aggregator continues to grow.
Working with clients you’ve never met face-to-face.
Managing products by identifying a single, crucial metric.
Chrome will now warn if your password has been stolen.
Google Analytics now aggregates metrics across multiple web streams.
What’s ahead for SEO professionals.
Twitter is funding a team to develop an open standard.
Feature-driven vs. outcome-driven projects.
Why a community and culture of personal sites matters.
The power of links in the age of closed systems.
“It’s okay for your side project to be you and your health.”
How is your website impacting the planet?
A guide to fostering a successful remote work culture.
Strategies to discover and land your first gig.
A custom OS could allow Facebook to move away from Android.
“People who work 60 hours a week for themselves should not tell other people to work 60 hours a week for someone else.”
A manifesto for preserving content on the web.
Comparison of platforms that offer search by images.
“Don’t ask for feedback if what you want is praise.”
New ways to shape your conversations on the platform.
Google Chrome reduces notification interruptions.
What makes technical SEO really exciting.
What’s behind the huge drop that could affect other publishers.
As Facebook increases its focus on messaging.
Search engine optimization with Search Console.
Microsoft Edge/Chromium is now ready for all your devices.
A startup with a groundbreaking facial recognition app.
Platforms may rate what you are doing online.