Traditionally, Twitter requires new users to fill out a form to create new accounts.
In the past, Hollywood can spend millions of dollars on computers, talents and special effects to make up a realistic scene.
With those at their disposal, whatever is on screen, should never be taken for granted. But those days are gone.
The first thing most people would think when hearing the term "search engine", the word "Google" is often the only platform that comes in mind.
If anything wants to survive when exposed to an ever-changing environment, it needs to adapt to the change, by changing.
The same goes to websites. When they are online on the web, they are exposed to trends and demands that keep on changing.
When China first experienced the 'COVID-19' coronavirus in the late 2019, many people around the world hoped that it won't be on the news for long.
They were very wrong.
No website, or web app, or even a company that has parts of it on the internet, can guarantee that they won't fall as victims of ransomware or malware attack.
Have a website? That's great. Struggling to gain traction? Everyone experiences that once in a while.
After all, you are competing on the web against many other and older websites with more authority, credibility, where they can have writers with years, or even decades of experience.
According to Google, more than 1 billion kilometres are driven by people while using its Google Maps app, every single day.
In more than 220 countries and territories around the world, the app has been one of the most relied on for commuting and travelling.