Google Archive

[Case Study] Hacking the funnels (part 1)

After my first case study here’s the second one which was set as a draft for a while. I’ve been¬†lurking around internet marketing forums for years and I even signed up with marketing networks with the intention to become one of them one day, but I was too busy with other matters of upmost importance

That moment when…

…a¬†common sense worldwide cause becomes a personal vendetta! I’ve been a fan of the Wikileaks ever since it’s launch and considered it as a reference movement for our times. However the statements made by Julian Assange lately have left a really bad taste, given the fact that nearly everything he said about the latest releases

Datacenters on Street View

Google Street View may have been intended to document the streets from all over the world, but lately it has moved indoors and started to document famous buildings or locations that aren’t accessible to everyone. While scooping through my feed the other day I came a cross a video that shows one of Google’s datacenter’s

Let’s Encrypt came too late

When I first heard about Let’s Encrypt I was pretty skeptical simply because I didn’t think someone could offer for free what Comodo and many others were offering for at least $50 a year without any backfires. And if the unfair competition perfectly patented before by companies like Microsoft would have been the least of