from the AP, via Yahoo!. Makes sense. I’ve preferred this for a while now, though perhaps now it can gain a bit of traction.
STTaaS: Stern Talking-To as a Service
Mostly, though, I like this one: switch “Love things, use people” into “Love people, use things.”
Nothing earth shattering here, but definitely a good read, with some key reminders re: life.
Great article. There’s a lot of words, but it’s very well written and moves along at a good clip.
The article contrasts of the Apple today vs. where it was years ago, largely with the help of Tim Cook’s strengths as CEO.
Why online tracking is getting creepier. Great, short article about an important topic.
“Email?” “No, thanks”
The long and the short from this article is that you should not give retailers or most any company your email address, if you can help it.
It used to be common practice to ask if you wanted to share your email address. The new pattern is to just ask for your address outright, as if it’s required.
In most any case you can just say “no, thank you,” and be on your way. You get all the perks, perhaps tinged with a slight moment of social awkwardness as you deviate from the standard script.
There are a number of good links, though these two are likely worth visiting ASAP: DMA Choice and LiveRamp Opt-Out. You can have these companies that gather addresses take you off their list, if only for a few years at a time.
I get it. It’s weird to see New Years things half way into the year, so you pay attention and then try to see why this letter took months to get to your house.
Now, at least, I know the proper response to these pecuniary pleas: frowning while holding a diet soda wrapped in a paper bag, shouting politely with a tie wrapped around your head.