If you’ve ever seen photos of the Burning Man event, you will have realized that this is an event unlike any other. It seems to encourage all kinds of self-expression and according to the event’s description, it’s been called “an experiment in community, art, radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance.”
That being said, it seems that two companies that pride themselves in experiments are rumored to be interested in creating a permanent Burning Man. This is according to a report from NYMag who claims that Google’s Sergey Brin and Tesla’s Elon Musk have recently taken a tour of a property in Northern Nevada which could play home to a permanent community that houses the ideals and principles of Burning Man. Read full post →Google And Tesla Might Be Interested In Creating A Permanent Burning Man
When iOS 9 was announced, it was discovered that within Safari, Apple has allowed developers to create apps that could potentially block certain types of content from being displayed, such as ads, although we can only imagine the feature was probably designed to block potentially harmful media.
Unsurprisingly in a report from The Wall Street Journal, publishers aren’t too happy about the feature. Given how many iPhone owners there are in the world, implementing this feature could dramatically reduce the number of eyeballs looking at ads, which at the moment is estimated to be a $70 billion a year business. Read full post →Publishers Unhappy Over iOS 9’s Potential Ad Blocking Feature