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Weekly Top Ten #2

Hey All,

Another week has passed. I hope everyone had a great week and are ready for the weekend.

Going forward the Weekly Top Ten newsletters will be going out on Fridays. So keep an eye out for them in your inbox.

Here’s what I have for you this week!

  1. Is Instagram The Social Media Service For Business In 2020? (Forbes)
  2. The Public Domain Is the Rule, Copyright Is the Exception (EFF Deeplinks)
  3. Big tech’s credibility crisis: Fake news, fake goods, and fake reviews (Venture Beat)
  4. The Key To Fixing Copyright Is Ending Massive, Unpredictable Damages Awards (EFF Deeplinks)
  5. Ulitmate Guide To Blogging (Yoast)
  6. A key web standards group will help decide what comes after the third-party cookie (Digiday)
  7. Google is walking back changes to its search design that blurred the lines between ads and regular results after user backlash (Business Insider)
  8. What’s the Difference Between Web Hosting and Domain Hosting? (Elegant Themes)
  9. Does Your Domain Have a Registry Lock? (Krebs on Security)
  10. Saudi Hack of Bezos’ Phone Shines Bright Light on Security Challenges

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Top 10

Weekly Top Ten #1

As this site continues to grow, I’m exploring different types of posts that I want to do to provide value to you, my readers.

This is the first edition of our weekly top ten Web finds from this week. Sometimes they will be interesting articles, sometimes they will be products that seem neat and, even, revolutionary.

This will be a weekly issue. I plan on having more indepth topic drive content bi-weekly. So stay tuned.

  1. Here Is the Technical Report Suggesting Saudi Arabia’s Prince Hacked Jeff Bezos’s Phone (Motherboard)
  2. Exclusive: Apple dropped plan for encrypting backups after FBI complained – sources (Reuters)
  3. Rest in Peace, Mr. Peanut—Planters Kills Off Iconic Mascot in the Lead Up to Super Bowl (AdWeek)
  4. Scaring People into Supporting Backdoors (Schneider on Security)
  5. Trade tensions rise as US threatens car tariffs (BBC)
  6. Microsoft accidently exposed 250 million customer service records (Engadget)
  7. How to Replace Yourself in Your Business Without Losing Control (Entrepreneur)
  8. Google’s mobile-first indexing guide update emphasizes the same content across site versions (Search Engine Land)
  9. MarTechBase (Find The Right Marketing Tool To Help Your Company Grow)
  10. The billion-dollar battle over .org registry ownership intensifies (Axios)


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I have been in the technology sector for more than 15 years. First as a professional journalist covering technology for traditional newspapers (remember them?), and then as a digital marketer, web designer, and creative director. Throughout these years, I’ve kept my finger on the pulse of what’s going on in technology. Now I want to share my knowledge with you. As of right now, this newsletter will be monthly. If news breaks and needs coverage, you will get a bonus issue. Don’t worry, you will still receive the monthly News You Can Use newsletter as well. Thank you for...

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