The death of Amazon’s 1-Click patent could save shoppers – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/news/the-death-of-amazons-1-click-patent-could-save-shoppers/A key Amazon patent that got you into online shopping expires Tuesday, giving a chance for rival retailers to make online shopping much easier.
8 ways to watch movies online for free – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/how-to/watch-movies-online-for-free/?ftag=CAD3c77551&bhid=27547158291070567978960326502559All you need is internet and a TV, phone or tablet. Only the popcorn will cost you. Well, that and the internet connection for your phone, laptop or set-top box. Here are eight services offering totally free (and totally legal) movies you can watch online. (One quick note: Selections change regularly, so not all the titles listed here may still be available.)
How to End Google’s Monopoly – Shane Greenup – Mediumhttps://medium.com/@Aegist/how-to-end-googles-monopoly-5c46ef7db20dAs long as the primary portals for accessing information online are pursuing a path of suppressing information, new people and communities will find themselves being flagged or penalised at one time or another, and they will be upset by it. And this will snowball into a bigger and bigger problem.
Diane von Furstenberg Teaches Building a Fashion Brand | MasterClasshttp://www.masterclass.com/dvfLearn how to build and market your brand from the iconic fashion designer. In her first ever online class, von Furstenberg teaches how to build a fashion brand, including how to differentiate yourself, create a visual identity, test your product, build a team, and make a name for yourself in the fashion industry.
News Publishers Team Up to Take On Facebook, Google – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/news-publishers-team-up-to-take-on-facebook-google-1499708353Newspaper publishers are calling on Congress to allow them to negotiate collectively with Google and Facebook as the duo increasingly dominate digital advertising and news distribution online. If granted a limited waiver by Congress, the group said it would push for stronger intellectual-property protections, better support for digital subscription models and a fairer share of revenue and customer data.
https://www.wired.com/story/search-algorithms-kept-me-from-my-sister-for-14-years/?mbid=nl_7517_p3&CNDID=49046367I’d been searching for her online under variations of the name Maria Christina Sugatan since we lost touch in 1997, after our mom refused to let me speak to her. She was Maria at school but Chris at home and, later, Chrissy. ItIt became my ritual to search for variations of her name online.