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How to Start a Successful Blog in 2022

Learn how to start a blog in less than an hour. Become a blogger today by following the steps we used when starting our blog, which now has reached more than 20 million people and has been seen in the New York Times, TIME magazine, and on the

What the top crypto execs predict for the industry in 2022: Regulation and a Big Tech ‘brain drain’

Cryptocurrencies have had yet another wild year. Bitcoin, the world’s largest digital asset, has seen a roughly 65% gain since January — with some ten to twenty percent swings in between. It brought in a crop of new, individual investors along the way as payment giants like

Blogging Statistics

Fifty years ago, only established media personalities could share their views with the public. Blogging has made it possible for absolutely anybody with an internet connection to do so. The meteoric rise of social media—especially Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube—might serve the same purpose, but blogging came first


Can We Trust the Information We Read Online? With the absolute saturation of digital information, fake news, and a misconception that nothing on the internet is real, it can be hard to know what sources can be trusted. What’s the first thing we do when we think

Telegram Should Be Banned by Germany Unless It Tackles Extremist Content, Politician Says

Germany should order the messaging programme Telegram removed from Apple’s and Google’s app stores if it continues to ignore requests to help track down extremist content, a senior German official said on Tuesday. Telegram has been blamed in Germany for fuelling an increasingly virulent subculture of anti-vaccine conspiracy

In Fake Accounts, we lie and lie and lie all over the internet

Fake Accounts, the Vox Book Club pick for December, is an odd book. I think it’s very good; I don’t know that I particularly like it. It is difficult to talk about, apparently by design. The debut novel of literary critic Lauren Oyler, Fake Accounts tells the story of an

Wikipedia at 20: last gasp of an internet vision, or a beacon to a better future?

Twenty years ago today, a tech startup called Nupedia launched a side project. The company had been hard at work producing a free online encyclopaedia, but it was slow going: its strict editing process, comprehensive peer review and focus on expert authors meant it finished only 21

Matterport democratises access to digital twins with major UK and US expansion

Spatial data firm Matterport is democratising access to digital twins by expanding its UK and US coverage by 55 percent. Digital twins are supporting the digital transformation of the built world by enabling businesses to manage their assets using real-time virtual counterparts. Research has found that digital twins have

Samsung Electronics Announces New Advanced Semiconductor Fab Site in Taylor, Texas

Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced that it would build a new semiconductor manufacturing facility in Taylor, Texas. The estimated $17 billion investment in the United States will help boost production of advanced logic semiconductor solutions that power next-generation innovations and technologies.

News on Twitter: Consumed by Most Users and Trusted by Many

News plays a prominent role on Twitter. Overall, 23% of Americans use Twitter, and roughly seven-in-ten U.S. Twitter users (69%) say they get news on the site, according to a new Pew Research Center study that surveyed 2,548 Twitter users from May 17 to 31, 2021. For most