At the intersection of business, tech, and growth.
We're living in the age of the privacy war, and browsers are no exception. Chrome and Firefox are in opposite corners of the ring, and it's up to us to decide who the winner will be.
I'm fascinated by how different the world's business leaders and greatest thinkers vary. So what should you do when their advice is vastly different?
Want to delete Facebook? If you're a digital marketer, you may have to think again.
Autonomous cars are already on the road, but it's unlikely we'll see completely driverless roads within our lifetime. Or will we?
You might be wondering if it's time to develop a mobile app for your business. Here are some things to consider as you explore this path.
It only takes one piece of content to put you on a path towards success.
Believe it or not, some good actually came out of this massive scandal that revealed Facebook's unsettling practices regarding your information. Here's how we as consumers can turn this negative into a positive.
Are you okay with companies, government organizations, and private individuals having access to all your text history? If you value your online security, consider switching to Signal.
In a world of growing online privacy concerns, it seems like transparency could be a good strategy. But how feasible is it really in the long term?
Interview with IndieHackers about how I started Tee Tweets, ups and downs, and future vision.
There are many steps you can incorporate in order to start taking back your online privacy. Let's start with what you use to access the web in the first place: Your web browser.
Business and basketball are not too different if you pay attention.
Instagram won't let you right click images to "Save As..." on your computer. Or will it? Learn this simple trick so that you never end up with low-resolution screenshots again.
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