We have a great show here with a special guest panelist Peter Rojas.
Peter is a partner at Betaworks that runs accelerators and invests in startups he also was one of the co-founders of both Gizmodo and Engadget websites. In this episode, we discuss some WPCAMPUS announcement that it would pay for a full accessibility audit of the proposed new Gutenberg page building functionality. Then we go and talk about Amazon suggested sale of facial recognition technology to police forces in America.
This weeks show is Sponsored By Kinsta Hosting
1 – a BLOG: WPCAMPUS RELEASES GUTENBERG ACCESSIBILITY AUDIT RFP
1 -b WordPress 5.0 Beta 1 Now Available for Testing
2 – I’m an Amazon Employee. My Company Shouldn’t Sell Facial Recognition Tech to Police
3 – Why We Abandoned Facebook Video Longer Than Two Minutes
4 – Superhuman Your inbox, rebuilt
E867: Superhuman CEO Rahul Vohra (prev., Rapportive) created instantaneous email to democratize productivity, demos why customers not only pay but evangelize (w/ 70k on waitlist), shares insights as 2nd-time founder on fundraising, churn, marketing & the workflow of the future
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