Always happy to see a small biz success story, especially one that pushes the technology boundaries for rural communities…
I admit that this
notion fact is hard for my security brain to embrace, but social media and messaging apps are becoming ubiquitous… #INFOSEC-challenge for sure
I was recently surprised (but shouldn’t have been) to learn that “startup depression” is a thing. Here are a few links to decent articles about Startup Depression. In summary: Manage Expectations.
The Five Senses by TED Radio Hour
This is an impressive and very interesting podcast. The photoreceptor cells in our eyes use one and trillions of the available light? Holy cow.
MS ToDo is getting better, it really is! I’m pretty excited, it has shown continued improvement since Wunderlist was sunsetted. -JK
Microsoft has pushed out an update for the Microsoft To-do app for Windows 10. The update takes the app to version 1.35.11921.0 and besides bringing the earlier ability to Star items by importance, will now also let you see who created and completed a task in a shared list. The changelog reads: In the shared lists […]
I have a small handful of social media accounts still, but I’m thrilled to say that I shuttered the Facebook account for my small business this year (well, I’ve shuttered the company, too).
This sums up a lot of my Facebook/ social media opinions:
“Unless I go full tin-foil hat, you’ve basically left me with one option. To opt out of Facebook’s tracking, I’m going to have to join Facebook”
Hell of a pitch, admirably so… “One of the stupidest people you’ll ever know…”
I’m an entrepreneur and angel investor. I’ve achieved the rank of chess master. And I’m the author of the Wall Street Journal bestselling book “Choose Yourself.” I’ve started 20 companies, 17 of which have failed. But I’ve learned a lot along the way. If you’ve ever been stuck—in a job you hate, in a house […]
Cops have a secret, unaccountable system for tracking you by your cellphone, and they abuse it like crazy…
One study showed, in fact, that pioneers were more successful than late movers in just 15 of 50 product categories.
It took me awhile to find the old bookmarklet solution, now that WordPress has upgraded the PressThis functionality.
Here’s a copypasta from (and a link to) the WordPress codex page:
Using this bookmarklet to publish posts does not pass the $_POST[‘post_type’] variable with the value of “post”.
The bookmark calls http://example.com/wp-admin/press-this.php?u=&t=&s=&i=
u = the url of the current page
t = the title of the current page
s = the text selection from the current page
i = url of an image file
Edit the bookmark within your browser to change the values passed if necessary.