How Google Plans to Make Autocomplete Safer

May 17, 2017

Google released the autocomplete feature in 2004, and has fine tuned it to a sweet science. It’s a handy tool that helps to streamline queries by serving suggestions based on the first few letters that a user types into the search bar. Some may argue it’s invasive and creepy, but it’s a very handy service and can lead to some interesting queries. It can also lead to some very offensive…


How to Proactively Avoid the Spam Filter

June 11, 2016

The spam box is a dark void that can be avoided by incorporating contextual strategy. A majority of emails that are sent out are going to end up in the spam box. In order to avoid this, you’ll have to work around the spam filter. But, what actually differentiates a spam email from an accepted email? A lot of it actually has to do with the words and context within…