The microblogging platform Twitter is adjusting itself to the changes that happened on the social media sphere and on the web in general.
You have your own website, up and running. That's great. But now what?
A website on the web should be built with at least one purpose. Without a purpose, there is no point of having it online. And if that purpose is to be seen, the work after having a website is far from over. There is a continuous process of promoting and maintaining.
Most websites live to get the most traffic it can muster. If your website relies on traffic for revenue, you need to figure out how to increase that traffic.
People share literally everything on social media networks. If you're not one of these people. you're part of a fewer people that concern about privacy.
On social media, it can be difficult to find the balance between what should be public or private. As a result, some personal things can suddenly become all too public, being shared, liked and reposted.
What you should really know is that, social media shares the internet's advantage (and disadvantage), which is: once something is out, there's no way of taking it back.
Privacy is all about your information. As long that information stays inside your head, you have nothing to worry about. The problem is, you can't keep everything inside your head.
In the modern internet connected world. knowledge is shared and distributed. To be part of the active community, you need to at least expose yourself to some degree. You may use search engines to scout the web, register to social media to keep in touch with friends, join forums to share experience and more.
Cryptocurrencies are those decentralized digital currencies. While their value is highly volatile, on average, the price has rewarded many early adopters. As a result, many more are trying to enter the bandwagon.
The first cryptocurrency, is the Bitcoin that was released in early 2009. Since then, many other cryptocurrencies, including similar ones, have crept into the market. Initially, mining doesn't require that much power and resources, but as cryptocurrencies become popular, problems started to happen.
Without any doubt, Google is at the top of the food chain when it comes to the web. Born as a search engine, it has evolved to include numerous products that can be found on many places on the internet.
Among the numerous products Google has in its arsenal, they include trackers, which are created for a good cause: knowing what you do so Google can deliver the best product experience for you.
However, those trackers are also used to target users with ads.
While most of us are already happy with the quality of the camera on our smartphones, you certainly took the bait of smartphone vendors.
Most if not all smartphones in the market are improving how their cameras work. From introducing higher megapixels, AI, smaller lens aperture and so forth, smartphones can take an increasingly great pictures, recognize faces, take slow-motion pictures in a very crisp high definition and more.
There should be a measurement for everything. For example, some use metrics while some others use imperials.
But for audios and videos, there were some problems because "second" which is the Standard International unit of time, is not always used as measurements.
In order to make it easier companies developers and other visual content creators to work with individual frames on screen, Facebook has created a unit with which to measure time, that divides more neatly than seconds.