Top insights from one of the largest remote work reports.
A Twitter bio tracking app reveals our obsession with identity.
Successful, sustainable design systems start with the people.
How to choose, refine, and track product metrics.
Who is really calling the shots on ad placements?
A monthly update on small technology and the small web.
What the startup has in common with Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
“One of my core product beliefs is ‘If you build something for everybody, you end up building something for no one’.”
15 principles for a good design service.
Pitch is that tool.
The deeper problem of Facebook’s Australia news ban.
A bio for every influencer on the audio-based social media platform.
It runs code natively on Apple’s new M1 chip.
The next level of protections against cookie-based tracking.
How we can work around this paradox.
How to receive micropayment in $BTC on your website.
Facebook’s surprising new challenges.
What’s new in the popular customer relationship platform.
Track and avoid tech giants as you browse the web.
New ways to generate leads and keep employees engaged.
It’s also planning a groups feature.
That’s not even its worst privacy problem.
Zoom fatigue from a psychological perspective.
A new way to save and organize your favorite tweets and threads.
Choose one that works best for you or your brand.
“They’re called PMs because they always message you in the evening.”
Promises no tracking, no profiling, and may even offer a paid-for, no-ad version.
An approach to bring more productivity to the workplace.
Google promises less individual tracking in its advertising products.
Collateral damages of the latest cryptocurrency craze.
Privacy risks of behavioral targeting without third-party cookies.
“What’s an NFT? Imagine if you could burn a half ton of coal and a small forest to print a ‘Certificate of Authenticity’ for a GIF.”
Everything you need to know and understand.
Future security updates will no longer be available.
Google Pay is yet “another annoying transition”.
Includes a tool for determining context disparities.
A form builder for creating clean, on-brand, hosted forms.
Say hello to the weird world of emoji domains.
Share your slideshow controls with your team.
The 17-step process for high-performing articles.
An effective way to reframe your projects.
How you can succeed as a part-time or full-time freelancer.
“The reason I so often defend unpopular ideas is not that those are the only kind I like. It’s because popular ideas don’t need defending.”
The timing of this attack comes at an interesting time.
Inside Facebook Reality Labs.
Real-time captions to enjoy your favorite media how you want.
The zero-click search problem is likely to rise even more.
Mozilla goes another step further to protect your privacy.
The search giant’s reaction to the “zero-click search” discussions.
How product managers can effectively work with designers.
“Wild to think that we used to work on the computer for 9 hours a day with our shoes on.”
Google’s new features open up opportunities for visibility.
Ways to build a website or online store without coding.
“The more you pay attention to your competitors, the more you end up just like them. Obsessing over what everyone else is doing doesn’t help you differentiate, it causes you to assimilate.”
“If you want to be a great content creator, then you need to be comfortable with not being so great at first.”
A guide to get you going quickly, and in the right direction.
Voice channels from Slack, Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, and Discord.
Private file sharing with end-to-end encryption and link expiration.
Non-fungible tokens for artists: how it’s started and how it’s going.
Posted on a hacking forum for free.
What it means for users and web site owners.
The end of a long and storied internet era.
The way a team uses metrics is fundamental to its success.
The first monetization feature for creators on Clubhouse.
Neeva comes with new features that set it apart.
“Don’t ask for advice before you get started, ask for feedback once you have.”
Demographic differences in U.S. users of the top social networks.
Your thoughts deserve their own plot of virtual land.
1.3 million scraped user records leaked online for free.
The term ‘remote work’ is a trap, but we can escape from it.
The Brave browser will not support Google’s cookie alternative.
First insights about Google’s new form of ad targeting.
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