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Marketing Data Defense System

It’s not perfect, but ad-blockers and privacy browser plugins can help.

I am a Chrome user. I’m always amazed when I browse the web in my other two browsers. (Firefox and Safari) They do not have ad-blocking software enabled. Nor do they have my tried and true cookie/script eater, Privacy Badger running. Sometimes these plugins can cause sites not to function…

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With the Failure of Facebook to provide a truly open social platform, what’s next for your community online? Let’s explore Facebook’s failures, the alternatives, and the path forward to OpenSocial.

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John McElhenney

John McElhenney

John McElhenney is an author, life coach, and musician who lives in Austin, Texas. He’s best known for his single dad blog, The Whole Parent. (wholeparent.org)

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