MY TAKE: Here’s why the Internet Society’s new Privacy Code…

When Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg infamously declared that privacy “is no longer a social norm” in 2010, he was merely parroting a corporate imperative that Google had long since established. That same year, then-Google CEO Eric Schmidt publicly admitted that Google’s privacy policy was to “get right up to the creepy line and not cross […]

Cracking Code In Your 40s And 50s

Two years ago, Karen and I were left frustrated after searching for websites relevant to forty and fifty-year-old women with a passion for life. There was so much out there for millennials and people in their twenties and thirties but things dropped off after that. Being friends for a long time, we always wanted […]

Chrome 72 arrives with code injection blocking and new deve…

Google today launched Chrome 72 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The release includes code injection blocking and new developer features. You can update to the latest version now using Chrome’s built-in updater or download it directly from google.com/chrome. With over 1 billion users, Chrome is both a browser and a major platform that web developers […]

Google’s Rich Results testing tool now supports code editin…

Google has updated its Rich Results Test tool to let webmasters edit the code and see how those edits impact their results results. Google announced this as part of the Chrome Developer Summit this morning. What are rich results? Rich results are search results that go beyond the standard blue link, they may include a […]

Google’s “Don’t Be Evil” No Longer Prefaces Code of Conduct

“Don’t be evil” has been a part of Google’s Code of Conduct since 2000. However, that phrase, “Don’t be evil” has been removed from the top of Google’s Code of Conduct. The encouragement to not be evil is not gone. It’s simply not the major focus of Google’s Code of Conduct anymore. The phrase “Don’t […]