Websites of any size should lose all Section 230 protections if they don’t follow their terms of service or provide sufficient notice when removing content The Attorney General should judge whether any websites receiving advertising money from the government are “problematic vehicles for government speech” because of “viewpoint discrimination” The Federal Trade Commission should investigate websites for deceptive advertising based on their terms of service It also includes a lot of vague implications that are never substantiated and may be unintentional: … [Read more...] about Let’s go through Trump’s terrible internet censorship order, line by line
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05-28-2020 01:18 AM Wouldn't get the 2xl unless it was dirt cheap. It's about to be 3 years old and lose guaranteed updates. That phone had some well known issues like blue tint, black crush and various speaker problems. That's why the warranty was extended to 2 years. I did like the 2xl while it was my main phone but I prefer the 2 and 3 for older Pixel phones. … [Read more...] about Do you think the Pixel 2 is a good purchase in 2020?
macro isn't it Galaxy S20 vs. OnePlus 8 camera comparison: Zoom trumps macro The Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8 both have triple camera arrays, but Samsung and OnePlus went in different directions for the individual lenses in those systems. Both phones take great photos, but in the end one is more well-rounded and versatile than the other. … [Read more...] about Android 11 event and beta postponed: ‘Now is not the time to celebrate’
Aryapadi has identified three major points Amazon needs to hit in order to become a true fashion powerhouse. “First, Amazon will need to hire top design/creative talent, and give them artistic freedom to experiment and bring uniqueness to the assortment, not ‘more of the same,’” he says, adding that consumers (especially millennials) want distinct and unique merchandise. Second, he stressed that Amazon needs to offer merchandise at different price points. “Amazon’s cachet has always been value-driven price points,” he notes, but “having a luxury/premium label creates a halo and an aspirational effect.” Lastly, Aryapadi argues that the online retailer needs to go deeper with offline engagement. Yep: real stores. “As retail brick and mortar evolves, physical stores will serve as playgrounds for the brand,” he explains, “where consumers experience the brand and develop an emotional connection.” Opening stores in … [Read more...] about Amazon dominates every market it touches — now it’s coming for fashion
You can’t submit photos of your own outfits, and the language is clunky, but it does tell you what to wear. “Even among all the variability in fashion, there are style formulas that simply work,” Epytom content editor-in-chief Marianna Milkis-Edwards tells The Verge. She explains that Epytom has analyzed outfits from style icons of the past, like Audrey Hepburn, as well as today’s top tastemakers. “I believe the Echo Look was born out of popular requests; ‘What should I wear today?’ definitely being one of them,” she says. “Right now, Echo is gathering user data and helps you choose a better option. Epytom works a step prior, helping you put together an outfit to show off to Alexa.” … [Read more...] about Rise of the AI fashion police