With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and ongoing shortages and food insecurities, it is not a surprise it has caused an inflation, in which some food items have increased in price – some of which have increased sharply. I will be doing a blog on how to spend wisely on food and […]Read more "Price hikes and inflation: How to spend wisely -and where."
British dean is an online troll who abuse and harasses others on Twitter. I will be doing a short blog here on why you must block and avoid him. For some time now, I have been reporting Dean – whenever he pops up – under an anonymous account in which I will not disclose to […]Read more "British Dean: Things you need to know."
The bots that are doing the rounds, engaging in aggressive crypto – related tagging has been an ongoing problem for sometime on Twitter – yet little action has been made by Twitter to combat this problem. Although the accounts responsible do get suspended, new ones take their place and continue to scam, spam and annoy […]Read more "Crypto tagging spam on Twitter."
For those of you who are not familiar with New Zealand politics, both the Greens and Labour parties are left – wing on the political spectrum. The Greens focuses on social justice, while Labour focuses more on health, education and even the economy (not to the greater extent of National though in terms of economy). […]Read more "I’ve decided not to support Labour and the Green Parties anymore. Here’s why."
And there are just so many reasons why this behavior – which includes disposing of them in the streets, parks or anywhere else for the matter – is not OK. It’s time that the governments worldwide start mandating laws regarding single use masks to be disposed of appropriately as it is never acceptable – and […]Read more "Single use masks must not be disposed of in the streets, parks or anywhere else for the matter."
Fake business accounts are making the rounds on Instagram, and on Twitter, spammers are giving out unsolicited advice to get an Instagram account fixed by a hacker. Spammers are a huge problem on Twitter. And so are fake accounts pretending to be businesses on Instagram (and sometimes Twitter and Facebook as well). Yet they are […]Read more "Spammers, and fake business accounts – here’s what you need to know."
I have received some spammy and suspicious messages on Twitter and Instagram, some events that I follow on Facebook have posts that are inundated with scammy comments. This is a huge problem, and social media companies need to address this problem. How lovely is it when I go on social media to create content, catch […]Read more "Scams, spams and suspicious messages."
This comes after New Zealand has been through a nearly two month total lockdown spanning from March through to May, and a second lockdown for Auckland which lasted from 11th of August to the 30th of August. The coronavirus pandemic hit New Zealand very hard, both in terms of people’s physical and mental health and […]Read more "How you can help local and international businesses in New Zealand."
It hasn’t been a good start to the year, and decade. At all. From rising tensions between the US and Iran, to the Australian bush fires which devastated much of the country and killed off around half a billion animals, this year is clearly a year that will predictably not be a good one. To […]Read more "The coronavirus outbreak (2019-ncov): What you need to know"
More than often, photographers, creators, digital artists and graphic designers have had their images stolen and/or used for abusive purposes. We as photographers, content creators, bloggers love to use free stock image sites such as pexels, flickr and unsplash to showcase our work, and photography. We also use commercial sites like Deviantart, EyeEm and Alamy […]Read more "Social media giants should do more to protect their photographers and graphic designers."