The coronavirus pandemic has changed the world in many ways. In just a short amount of time, the world was put in a standstill and forced to adapt to a ‘new normal’ that many people don’t seem to accept just yet. Almost everything was migrated online – schools, work, groceries, and even workouts. Mass events like conferences, meetings, national events, and even government activities were also moved online. Blogging, although originally an internet product, is also affected by the pandemic. [Read more…]
The reduction of face-to-face interactions had highlighted the need for digitalization of businesses. People stuck in quarantine took it to the internet for most of their needs – supplies, entertainment, connectivity, and even fitness. This is why blog earnings increased significantly during the pandemic. [Read more…]
Adobe officially announced that it would be retiring its famous Flash Player by 2020. In fact, Adobe originally made public that no new versions of the Flash Player will be developed after 2017. They have announced that regular operations will pursue until the end of the year. This includes security patches, bug fixes, support, operating systems maintenance, and so on. However, by end of this year, Flash Player would be completely removed from Adobe’s download pages. All current flash-enabled media will be blocked from running the Adobe Flash Player plug-in as well. [Read more…]
Have you ever seen memes that say “13 years old now vs me when I was 13”? There are other similar memes, but basically what they depict is that today’s youngsters are very different from the youngsters of past generations.
How young is young? Or how old does one have to be in order to make a difference?
Thanks to technology and social media, the work of young people has not gone unnoticed. Gone are the days when people would say, “You’re still a kid“. Ageism may be hitting the older generations, but is showing favor to the young ones.
In January, it was known as Wuhan Disease, a disease that originates and has affected the city of Wuhan in China. When news about it began to spread, people went on with their daily lives despite the medical alert, confidently thinking that — at this day and age, with technology and advancements in medicine and treatments, and with the size of the world — it was hard to imagine how one disease can spread throughout the entire world in the blink of an eye.