Getting out of your own head and into that of a new user’s is as complicated as explaining why ice is slippery, but it needs to be done.
Why I tell people to make their own topics on any support forum.
“If you know what to do and you don’t do it, there you bloody well are, aren’t you?”
A zero-day exploit isn’t always as scary as it sounds, and it’s often misused. So look at what it is and what do can you do about it.
While it’s all fine and good to optimize your site for search engines, their point is to bring humans to your site. And this isn’t just about permalinks!
Throughout history, people have hidden who they are in order to do a job. When does that stop being self protection and start being deception?
Some thoughts on the cloudification of the home network.
At the very end of the day, there is but one person who remains responsible for your site. You.
If it sounds too good to be true, it is. Don’t be a sucker and fall for those get-linked-quick scams. The only way to build your reputation is through hard, honest, work.
As of May 25th, UK companies will need to be transparent about any and all third-party cookies that come from their sites. Are we going after the wrong end of the rope?
We only learn what too far is by going there.
GPL does not, cannot, and will not protect the developer who writes the original code. But that’s not why we use it.