Month: November 2018

You’ve already been hacked

Yet another reminder to change your passwords, use Two Factor authentication when you can, keep up with your credit and debit card statements, and don’t think for a second that all of your information isn’t already “out there”… For 327 million guests, the information exposed was strictly personal: birthdays, passport numbers, email and mailing addresses and phone numbers.While some credit card information, card numbers and expiration dates, may also have been compromised, it was stored …

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Churches, We Need to Talk About Website Accessibility (and Discrimination)

“Failure to comply with Section 508 of the Department of Justice’s ADA (American with Disabilities Act) Standards for Accessible Design could expose your company to hefty fines, the risk of expensive criminal and civil litigation as well as a reputation for being unfriendly to the disabled.” https://userway.org/ I’m going to make a rant here. Forgive me (or just don’t read if you’re not up for a Sam Rant™). Cheap website builders really upset me. For a …

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Instagram Stories Maker (for Churches, Nonprofits etc)

‎ Just this past week I was having coffee with a friend who volunteers to manage all the social media and website duties for his church (bless them). They’re savvy and very good about getting their church on Facebook Live each Sunday and creating shareable content throughout the week. I brought up Instagram Stories during our conversation and remarked at how “hot” Stories are from a marketing point of view compared to the FB Newsfeed …

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It’s not a bucket – Seth Godin

Drip by drip is how we build things, but we can’t see it. One more “no,” one more failure, one more lesson learned. — Read on seths.blog/2018/11/its-not-a-bucket/

Keep your WordPress Site Plug-ins Updated

Now more than ever… After its removal from the WordPress plugin repository yesterday, the popular plugin WP GDPR Compliance released version 1.4.3, an update which patched multiple critical vulnerabilities. — Read on www.wordfence.com/blog/2018/11/privilege-escalation-flaw-in-wp-gdpr-compliance-plugin-exploited-in-the-wild/

Apps for Remote (or Non-Remote) Teams

I love these sort of lists and directories. I have my favorites in each category that we use for Harrelson Agency, of course. I’ll try to make a list when I get a chance. A repository of handpicked tools for remote teams – https://remote.tools

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