#32 — Privacy, AMP and meaningful UI

10 things worth sharing

I just finished managing a web design competition in GuangZhou and now taking a leisure trip at Zhuhai.

Here are 10 links I read this week that’s worth sharing.

  1. Adding a phone number to your Google account can make it LESS secure

  2. Google Has Quietly Dropped Ban on Personally Identifiable Web Tracking // By the way, I don’t use Google for more than a year. No gmail, no google docs, no calendar. But I do keep the account for YouTube publishing, through YouTube is not my main video distribution channel.

  3. It’s Not About Privacy — Phone Protection Today is Personal Safety Tomorrow

  4. Why do website publish AMP edition of the page? This is the same concern I have when AMP debut.

  5. I have raised my concern on AMP project.

  6. The Power of Meaningful Motion with Author and Web/UI Animation Expert for Hire Val Head

  7. Nintendo Switch // My MacBook used to like that: dock at home with a bigger monitor and mechanics keyboard, undock and take it out for work.

  8. How To Build Honest UIs And Help Users Make Better Decisions // Personally I don’t like being treated with personalized content. The more I read personalized content, the narrower view I have.

  9. Today I will kill my startup.

  10. Best confirmation button ever.

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Until next week,
Thomas Mak