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Prevent Bots, SPAM, and Data Garbage in Your Digital Marketing Forms

by Patrick Enderby Last updated October 10, 2019 As a modern digital marketer, you can relate. You set up an awesome campaign with solid assets and capture points that are compelling and relevant to your target audience. You then check to see how many leads you have captured, and surprise! The number is much larger …

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Breakthrough device takes first large bite out of Great Pacific Garbage Patch

This week in future tech, a company hoping to take on the scourge of microplastic has successfully caught tonnes of ocean plastic. After a year’s worth of testing, a large device developed by The Ocean Cleanup has caught its first haul of plastic from the so-called Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Launched from the Canadian city …

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OpenJDK proposal would speed up Java G1 garbage collector

Java’s G1 garbage collector would benefit from greater throughput and reduced CPU usage through a plan being floated in the OpenJDK community. A draft JDK Enhancement Proposal (JEP) titled, “Throughput post-write barrier for G1,” would have the collector use a throughput-optimized barrier when concurrent refinement has been disabled to achieve better throughput at the cost of …

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Sarah Jeong Is Watching the Web From Portland. She Sees a Pile of Garbage.

Sarah Jeong has a warning: Fix the internet before it destroys America. “The internet, in its current shape, has brought out the worst parts of humanity and is hiding the best parts,” she says. “It’s possible the internet has made us lose our minds.” When Jeong goes online, here’s what she sees: YouTube videos spreading …

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How Spammers Hijack Abandoned URLs to Spread SEO Garbage Across the Internet

Illustration: Jim Cooke/Gizmodo “Was The Morningside Post website hacked?” a friend asked me. The site, which I once co-edited, seemed to have died, and returned as a zombie version of itself. About five months ago, my successors at TMP—the student-run news publication at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs—accidentally allowed their site’s web …

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