"Never, ever use a debit card."
Great advice that a lot of people don't take.
When will AT&T learn?
Amazon openly encourages anyone to sign up and start selling right away unless something in their registration or initial posting triggers the automated tools to flag them for more vetting.
In contrast, Walmart Inc. requires all products on store shelves be tested at approved labs, company documents show. Target says it requires suppliers of store-branded products to undergo additional inspections and testing beyond government standards.
She’s pretty awesome!
"In increasing your generosity to receive optimism, you will be rewarded with new possibilities that others have prematurely dismissed."
A well thought out piece comparing the Captain America a trilogy to Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. I am a lifelong Batman fan, but this piece makes a great argument that Batman is not one to aspire to, rather it is Captain America.
Google's problem with Stadia and how they sell the idea is not one of convincing people that games work or that with a great internet connection that it'll rival consoles. Google's problem is that they have to convince people that they are fully invested in Stadia and that Google will not relegate it to the Google Graveyard a few months or years after Stadia's launch.
Mashable: Bluetooth is bad and you should stop using it...
"So turn off Bluetooth, grab some wired headphones, and enjoy the sweet sound of knowing you took a basic digital security precaution."
Sounds like great advice but the writer doesn't acknowledge that manufacturers are all removing the headphone jacks from phones.
Apple TV Plus us going to be a hard sell at $9.99/mo and only having a launch lineup of five shows. Especially when it's going up against Disney+.
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