What that means is that there is no way you can harvest a product/market fit after you’ve sown the seeds. Sorry to burst your bubble on this one, but it is just the way the world works. You have to design the product from customers, not bring customers to a product.
…tch the website for each keystroke, char-by-char (1 request per keystroke).
Through this data leak, I’m able to see all the IP addresses of people typing one of the 8 real domains I typosqatted on WhatsApp (IP + timestamp), reaching my .co before writing the final M. That’s a terrible privacy issue… *insert facepalm.gif here*
The UK government and local authorities tried, and failed, to persuade bus companies to open up data so are now legislating to force it to happen. That legislation will improve services for bus passengers by making it easier for services like Google Maps, Apple Maps and CityMapper to help people decide on their journey.
Despite the fact that people in the UK spend more time online than anywhere else, it’s at in-person events where many of the most important connections in the digital sector are made. Even in 2017, places like conferences, unconferences, and meetups are still where people test out n…