Month: September 2019

Firefox’s Test Pilot Program Returns with Firefox Private Network Beta

Like a cat, the Test Pilot program has had many lives. It originally started as an Add-on before we relaunched it three years ago. Then in January, we announced that we were evolving our culture of experimentation, and as a...

/ September 10, 2019

Dropping the Agenda: A Road to Effective Leadership

“The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.” – Ronald Reagan I recently woke up with the realization that I’ve been leading...

/ September 10, 2019

How to Use Keywords in Your Blogging Strategy

Posted by Moz Keyword Explorer will do the trick! This tool allows you to find new keyword ideas two main ways: by typing in a word or a phrase and getting back related keywords (the “Explore by Keyword” feature): …or...

/ September 6, 2019

Today’s Firefox Blocks Third-Party Tracking Cookies and Cryptomining by Default

Today, Firefox on desktop and Android will — by default — empower and protect all our users by blocking third-party tracking cookies and cryptominers. This milestone marks a major step in our multi-year effort to bring stronger, usable privacy protections...

/ September 3, 2019

Amazon vs. Google: Decoding the World’s Largest E-commerce Search Engine

Posted by 54 percent of product searches now taking place on Amazon, it’s time to take it seriously as the world’s largest search engine for e-commerce. In fact, if we exclude YouTube as part of Google, Amazon is technically the...

/ September 3, 2019

Showcase of Symbolic Designs That Feature Serpent Illustrations

During my research for my recent inspiration showcase of majestic designs that feature illustrations of eagles, I found several examples of another animal that is commonly depicted in visual arts. The serpent is one of the oldest and most widespread...

/ September 2, 2019