Q’​News – Next Generation Newsletter

In recent years mobile newsletter services have become popular on messenger platforms. There are numerous service providers offering newsletter services on messenger platforms such as WhatsApp. The high opening rate of messages – compared to email newsletters – makes this type of newsletter attractive to businesses. However, these services depend on the messenger platform. As […]

We Are All Confident Idiots – Pacific Standard

Incompetent people cannot recognize just how incompetent are. In order to realize how incompetent they are, they must have expertise in the area they simply lack. It’s like a blind spot: they don’t know what they don’t know. This is called the Dunning-Kruger effect. Read more here  

Why buy the pig in a poke (or the cat in the bag)?

What pig? What poke? The proverbial pig in the poke (or cat in the bag) is the email newsletter and the purchase is the registration. Email newsletters are not a very exciting topic and yet important for many businesses to provide customers with information. Why? Newsletters are a great tool for businesses: you write an email […]

The Fantasy of Opting Out | The MIT Press Reader

In a world where the cost of opting out is getting constantly higher, the pressure of not to opt out is mounting. Almost every platform tells users that by opting out from cookies, link and click tracking, personal information, etc. they won’t be able to fully benefit from the platform (services). Some platforms even go […]

Facebook’s Latest Purchase Gets Inside Users’ Heads—Literally | WIRED

Facebook purchased CTRL-Labs (pronounced “Control” labs), a company that allows uses to control computer interafaces with brainpower. They use a mix of machine learning and neuroscience to accomplish that. While they are not the only company that tries to do that, CTRL-Labs is considered to have a quite pragmatic approach to brain computer interfaces. Users […]