Lately, listening to coworkers, friends, and family all beginning to get excited about their travel plans has been a highlight of my Zoom meeting schedule. Because we’ve all learned to respect the potential for disruptions, everybody couches their plans with the mandatory level of qualifications—a lot of “hopefully” and “god willing.” But people are starting to get excited.
OK, it’s time to talk about non-fungible tokens, popularly called NFTs (if you don’t understand what this is, give me a sec, we will get there). The NFT market tripled in value to $250 million in 2020; in the first three months of 2021, consumers spent more than $200 million on NFTs.
With the release of iOS 14.5, Apple has made significant changes to how apps on its devices can track users for the purpose of targeted advertising. With its new App Tracking Transparency (ATT) policy Apple gives users the choice to opt out of data tracking, meaning they can control what data companies can access and through which apps.
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As COVID (hopefully!) recedes, consumers have reentered brick & mortar retail locations only to find them in various states of chaos. Among the offenses, according to CNBC, sales floors converted into staging areas for online orders, half-empty shelves, unpacked inventory, piles of unsorted clothes and other goods, and employees darting around preparing orders for curbside pickup.