Change is constant with tech. This website will be getting upgraded to the latest Microsoft platform.
These site upgrades should be completed by November 9th.
The current site will continue to operate while the new system is compiled and tested.
About the search engine commercial you may be seeing in the United States
This website does focus on some of the tech commercials that you be seeing
from time to time focusing on their validity
(based on the narrative they are implying).
Normally names aren't discussed of whom the business is but
let's just the say the University of Oregon mascot is in the name.
While it is a good search engine idea that they are providing,
they are not looking a the big picture which focuses on EU compliances
that requires the reporting of any tracking method or
usage of services that assist in the prevention of
compromising information stored on a web server
as well rules and regulations for the State of California
that require security of confidential information .
A cookie compliance message on a website (such as this one)
is there to make you aware of the responsibilities
of it's usage (rather than the opposite message this commercial has demonstrated).
Our tracking information is audited by a third party company
that reports (in the legal section of this website) what is collected and it's
This year, the websites hosted have even added an addition layer of encryption when visiting any page
that hinders the possibility of any man in the middle attacks (if possible).
Website guidelines (on this network) follow guidelines
that any company that is publicly traded or represents a
government agency in the United States follows.
Google does provide the ReCaptcha code services that
corporations and government agencies provide to prevent spam
and other information from being collected.
If you do not reside in the US or Canada, you can't send email which our
auditing provider agrees with.
While this website isn't available on that search engine,
the legal page on this site states what is collected and how it is used.
This is an example of a commercial that has good intentions but doesn't really explain what the real meaning of the necessity of a cookie notification that they may be responsible to convey in the future.
Perhaps it is an attack on Google they may have legal implications in how the message was presented since it has ruffled a few feathers.
Never expect a 30 second commercial to cover the fine print or both sides of the story.
There isn't enough time to do so.
Want to learn to code?
For the past few years, I have been working with a few on how to program using Visual Basic.
This computer language has been use (on this website) for twenty years but it isn't the only one used.
Coding topics won't be covered on this website but will covered on the wifile.com website that is used to promote software applications that work with MySQL Server for record keeping and financial transactions.
Visual Basic isn't 80's BASIC (how I hate the name) but it is a very powerful language that can do a great many things in a very organized way.
The 75th Anniversary of Television
2023 is the 75th anniversary of television as the expansion of the service after World War 2 would have more of a presence East of the Mississippi and along the west coast of The United States.
On November 1948, the 11th television station (in the United States) would go on the air in the Seattle market when KRSC (soon to be KING) TV would broadcast a state high school football championship game, on Thanksgiving Day, in what is now known as Memorial Stadium where the Seattle Center is today.
While the picture quality was terrible, as the cables buzzed from the puddles of rain they sat in, as well as difficulties keeping the direct sunlight out of the lens, many would view the broadcast through store windows, with fascination, that would become the only station on the air for almost four years.
KING TV was there to show how the television industry worked (when going to the newsroom in 1979) that would later be repeated by visiting most of the other stations in the Seattle market and even doing a few television commercials along the way.
Television requires commercials to pay for it's services. Many have been valuable but some have been misleading to it's viewers.
This is true when cigarette commercials were running until the late 1960's. Other misleading commercials would follow covering:
What we would eat for breakfast
Transportation that wasn't very reliable or dangerous
Appliances that were dangerous
It has been awhile since many have seen a commercial for an ionizer, a product that not only didn't work to clean the air, but could have been harmful in it's use depending on if the air was charged positive. Even the EPA has published documentation on it's negative health implications while being sold on infomercials.
Within 75 years, those that choose to use this media to sell technology can have it's impulse buyers purchasing the product only to discover that it's daily operation wasn't tested very thoroughly. There are few cases that this is going on with the current prime time commercials running at this time.
The internet, is the best critic for how a product really works and it is intended to keep consumers from wasting time and money purchasing goods and services that sometimes mimic an occult by trusting the end user rather than the company who put their name on the product.
There are few class actions cases in 2024 where this matter will be brought to our attention.