Category: Techno Babble

Babbling ’bout tech

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Mark Surman joins the Mozilla Foundation Board of Directors

In early 2020, I outlined our efforts to expand Mozilla’s boards. Over the past year, we’ve added three new external Mozilla board members: Navrina Singh and Wambui Kinya to the Mozilla Foundation board and Laura

Expanding Mozilla’s Boards

I’m delighted to share that the Mozilla Foundation and Corporation Boards are each welcoming a new member. Wambui Kinya is Vice President of Partner Engineering at Andela, a Lagos-based global talent network that connects companies

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What Vitamins, Supplements and Nutraceuticals Brands Must Know About Establishing A Loyalty Program

As a vitamins, supplements, and nutraceuticals eCommerce retailer, if you’re missing a loyalty program, then you’re missing a lot. In today’s day and age, loyalty programs give a unique opportunity for eCommerce stores to form

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Next steps on trustworthy AI: transparency, bias and better data governance

Over the last few years, Mozilla has turned its attention to AI, asking: how can we make the data driven technologies we all use everyday more trustworthy? How can we make things like social networks,

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5 Reasons Why Customer Reviews Drive Sales for Auto Aftermarket Sites

Visibility leads to Trust. Trust leads to Engagement. Engagement leads to Sales. Customer reviews play an increasingly impactful role in the success and online presence of auto aftermarket eCommerce stores. In recent months we’ve discussed

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UPDATED: 5 Reasons eCommerce Reviews Maximize Revenue Opportunity

Visibility leads to Trust, Trust leads to Engagement, Engagement leads to Sales. Customer Reviews are playing a larger and more impactful role in the success and online presence of eCommerce stores. In recent months we’ve

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We need more than deplatforming

There is no question that social media played a role in the siege and take-over of the US Capitol on January 6. Since then there has been significant focus on the deplatforming of President Donald

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How to Ensure your Web Store is ADA Compliant

How accessible is my website? That’s a question everyone should be asking, but unfortunately not everyone does. Despite it being more than 30 years since the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law,

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Why getting voting right is hard, Part III: Optical Scan

This is the third post in my series on voting systems. For background see part I. As described in part II, hand-counted paper ballots have a number of attractive security and privacy properties but scale

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