Blocking of third-party tracking scripts like Google Analytics using ad blockers and tools like Ghostery is one way people attempt to protect their privacy on the Internet. This is great. However, when Google Analytics is missing, some critical piece of website functionality may break. This article explains a common scenario where this may happen and demonstrates a workaround that webmasters can implement to prevent the problem.
Businesses around the world are using Intranets to manage documents, increase efficiency, and improve communication. But many people are still confused about exactly what an Intranet is and how it differs from the Internet. In this article, I won’t bore you with a detailed comparison of both. We all already understand what the Internet is and what it does. Instead, I will concentrate on differences that will clarify what an Intranet is and why it is useful in workplaces.
Referrer spam is a black hat marketing technique that spoofs user agents and tricks webmasters into visiting a malicious web host. Referrer spam shows up in your traffic reports such as Google Analytics, and some webmasters are concerned that the spam affects SEO and search engine rank. This article describes referrer spam and how you can deal with it.
While drones may be well known for military applications, there are many other evolving practical applications. Unmanned aerial vehicles are controlled by on-board computers or remote devices and the FAA currently estimates that as many as 7,500 small commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) may be in use by 2018, assuming the necessary regulations are in place. This article explores some different practical applications of drones, including storm forecasting and more.
Amazon Prime Air is revolutionizing the online shopping space. It will use an octocopter drone to deliver packages to customers within 30 minutes of an order being placed (just like ordering pizza!). There are however a number of questions and concerns to be addressed before this awesome technology is fully implemented.
The traditional method of creating YouTube playlists is pretty easy but always requires that you log into your YouTube or Google account to do so. That’s why YouTube playlists are usually associated with a YouTube account. It is however, possible to create “anonymous” YouTube playlists that are not associated with any account using the simple trick described in this article.