So machen Profis das.
Applied the patch, closing ticket. pic.twitter.com/bB1vBN87pU— Javvad Malik v2.0 (@J4vv4D) July 20, 2018
Following the recent debate about ad-technology and how annoying it is and advertisers insight, you may have though it could only get better from there. Turns out, it can be worse if these claims about tracking through inaudible sounds from ads hold true.
Privacy advocates warn feds about surreptitious cross-device tracking.
Quelle: Ars Technica
Even though I’d consider this inacceptible from a consumers perspective, I’d be very curious about the (audio) technology and the kind of insight this provides, from a marketing perspective. Just consider a TV-Ad broadcasting this signal to a room full of people, for one the signal would sure be difficult to detect. And then, all devices carry the same cookie, making it difficult to identify individuals…
Year 2015. Still eMail is the predominant means of communication. Everybody hates it, most companies make an effort to ban it. Atos wanted to go email free, Telekom shuts off their servers, Daimler even deletes email for people on vacation. Even I receive emails, saying “I need this, but I cannot answer”, quoting the “email free day policy”. Despite all effort, nobody succeeds.
Why? Unclear. While I think email should be banned myself, I have difficulties offering a better option. But I develop a feeling for why this is happening. This morning somebody mentioned he’ll be posting into a slack.com channel. That company claims to simplify communication, make teamwork less painful and busy, all searchable. As if nobody else tried that. And even if slack.com does a good job in what they aim for, they are just another solution.
In my personal, active use are trello.com, Pocket, Salesforce chatter. While my company introduces a community, colleagues swear on private Facebook groups or WhatsApp for simplified communication. Not to mention the tools customers and businesspartners are using. Popular among these are Jive, Atlassian Jira, SAP Jam, but not limited, I’ve seen self hosted communities, bug trackers and ticketing tools.
It’s difficult to keep track of all these tools. But they all send notifications through email.
Which tool do you use to communicate?
Vor etwa einem Jahr hatte ich hier ja schon einmal Collusion. Lightbeam scheint dir Weiterentwicklung davon zu sein.
Laut Twitter @piwik wird die neue Version 2 neue Features beinhalten:
Laut dem Forum, das den Release Candidate von Piwik 1.5 ankündigt, sind weiter folgende Features beschrieben:
Der Forumeintrag findet sich hier: http://forum.piwik.org/read.php?2,77199
Ein Detail ist in dem vorangegangenen Artikel über das Tracken von eigenen Werten übersehen worden. setCustomVariable ist zwar geeignet, eigene Werte aufzuzeichnen, speichert Ergebnisse aber lediglich pro Session. Continue reading “Sidenote: Tracking custom variables in piwik”