advertisement advertisement How often do you have to reach out to a colleague for the password (that you’ve forgotten) to some web-based system your company uses? Or, how often does your spouse ping you to get a bank account or mutual fund number? And can we talk about how much of a headache it is to simply keep track of your frequent flyer numbers? Personal.com, a Washington, D.C.-based startup, has come up with a tool to make tracking–and sharing–all these details drop-dead simple. And along the way, it might also end up turning the much-jabbered digital privacy debate on its head–by developing a way to put the power to control (and monetize) personal data in the hands of people who generate that data in the first place. Namely, you. But first, the app. The amount of data and other nuggets of information we all have to keep track of is exploding by the day: passwords, alarm codes, birthdays, passport numbers, bank account numbers, names of drugs you (or … [Read more...] about Personal.com Creates An Online Vault To Manage All Your Data
Instagram has confirmed that the company will start to test hiding the likes counter on its app globally. The Facebook-owned company, earlier this week, had announced that it would begin with its likes-hide test in some parts of the US.Instagram took to Twitter to announce the global test rollout. “Starting today, we’re expanding our test of private like counts globally. If you’re in the test, you’ll no longer see the total number of likes and views on photos and videos posted to Feed unless they’re your own”, read the tweet.Starting today, we’re expanding our test of private like counts globally. If you’re in the test, you’ll no longer see the total number of likes and views on photos and videos posted to Feed unless they’re your own. pic.twitter.com/DztSH0xiq2— Instagram (@instagram) November 14, 2019Instagram stated the reason behind hiding likes is to let users focus on what they share. The company has already been … [Read more...] about Instagram to start hiding the number of likes globally starting today
Santosh MeenaThe overall market trend is bullish, where 11,880-11,840 is the first strong support area that the bulls will try to protect.If the Nifty breaks below 11,840, then the next crucial support will at 11,700, which will be a sacrosanct support level for fresh entry to ride the current uptrend.Close On the upside, the 12,000-12,100 level is the first supply area. Once, the Nifty will take out 12,100 level on the upside, bullish momentum will pick up for the immediate target of 12,300 and then 12,500. related news Market Headstart: Nifty50 seen opening higher; Bharti Airtel, ONGC eyed Gold, Silver price today trade flat amid mixed signals on trade negotiations Market Headstart: Nifty50 seen opening flat; real estate stocks will be in focus Here are top two stocks that can give 7-27 percent return in the next one to three weeks:ICICI General Insurance: Buy| CMP: Rs 1,374| Target: Rs 1,475| Stop loss: Rs 1,280| Upside 7 percentThe stock has come out from its 5-months of … [Read more...] about Time to buy this smallcap? IOL breaks out from double-bottom pattern
Home for the holidays takes on a whole new, depressing meaning when businesses layoff employees during December. advertisement advertisement Losing your livelihood during the “happiest time of the year” is pretty awful for employees, so why would a company be so Scrooge-like? We asked several HR professionals to weigh in on whether or not it’s acceptable, or advisable, to conduct layoffs during the holiday season, and if so, how to do it compassionately. They had a lot to say. Why Companies Conduct Layoffs During The Holidays The vast majority of organizations run on a calendar year budget, explains Steve Spires, a managing director of outplacement solutions with BPI group, and year-end coincides with the need to achieve year-end numbers. “Business cycles are agnostic, and focused on results without bias, emotion, nor sentimentality,” says Jason Hanold, managing partner at executive search firm Hanold Associates. Because companies may want to … [Read more...] about Fired For The Holidays: Is It Acceptable For Businesses To Downsize In December?
Shonali Bhowmik‘s first short film, Sardines Out of a Can, starts out following several popular comedy tropes about young adults, Brooklyn, dwindling finances, gay best friends, and the hopelessness of finding Mr. Right. By the time the film ends 22 minutes later, parents have been mauled by grizzly bears, eczema has been the central topic of three separate conversations, and a freeze-dried cat has shot lasers–which every character inexplicably refers to as tasers–out of its supposedly dead eyes. advertisement advertisement Sardines Out of a Can is a meet-cute from hell, and Bhowmik’s lead character Puja deserves a new term for the opposite of a manic pixie dream girl (and her suitor, actor Adam Wade as Chester, is no typical rom com hero). The film is now available online after a year of touring internationally to festivals, during which it won best romantic comedy short at Oklahoma’s Bare Bones International Film Festival. The soundtrack … [Read more...] about How To Make Your Creative Longshots Come To Life