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One Degree Tuesday July 14 2020

Did You Know the Kindle Fire Has a Secret Profanity Filter That Blocks George Carlin’s Seven Dirty Words?

I was browsing Twitter this morning when I discovered that Amazon has a profanity filter built into the Kindle Fire. I was about to use a swear word in a tweet when the Kindle Fire abruptly deleted the sentence. I tried to re-enter the sentence when the same thing happened again.

DIGITAL READER

FEAR OF A CHINESE SOCIAL NETWORK

OverOver a matter of days, TikTok has become the scariest social network in the world. On July 7th, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News that the White House was considering banning the app, a move so unprecedented that it’s hard to know what government action was even being threatened.

THE VERGE

Content Marketing: Your Solution Is Solving Your Customers’ Problems

I can’t say it enough. Successful content marketing is all about solving your customers’ problems. And that requires a culture shift inside businesses. We need to think of content marketing as our solution, more than our products.

MARKETING INSIDER

Apple warns customers not to close its laptops with a camera cover attached

Though it might strike some people as obvious advice, Apple has published a support page that warns MacBook owners not to close their laptop with a camera cover in place. Damage like a cracked display could result, according to the company, because “the clearance between the display and keyboard is designed to very tight tolerances.” MacRumors spotted the advisory, which Apple posted on July 2nd.

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