In order to qualify for a survey you must meet their target demographic. A common target demographic would be a fairly educated adult homeowner with kids and a Tech related job.
Be consistent with your answers. Do not say you are 33 when registering and 20 when completing a survey. Any inconsistent facts about you will lead to disqualification from a survey (loss of time and money).
At first, surveys will be minimal and pay minimally, Stick with it and they will start coming more often with increasing value (They trust established members).
Once you get registered it is critical to carefully complete “Your Portrait” if you are serious about getting surveys that actually pay. Remember CONSISTANCY!
Be PATIENT!! You won’t see any money be credited to your account for a few weeks. Don’t worry, they are required by contract and law to credit you what they promise. A reasonable figure to aim for is a $100 per month.
Goodness, all settled down from that day of urban enrichment. And by that, I meant I was enriched in the culture of a stacked cityscape along with my fine friends and Vassals, Blair and Billy.
The information on how to slide on in was so helpfully provided by the combined efforts of the External Relations Department and I think we’ve brought about some excellent change in the political landscape.
Basically, I am very grateful to all the people who have stayed in touch with me over the past few weeks. The group of us who are normally in 3 adjacent flats have needed to find other ways to keep in touch, and there’s only so much to actually talk about in video calls when none of us can go anywhere or do anything, so somehow, the annotate option in Zoom has turned out to be a way to have fun in our calls.
I’m not sure that was how the annotate feature was designed to be used. Another call, my old roommate made a quiz about all of us and put wind turbines on the intro slide to make me happy. The only problem has honestly been that there are quite frequent group calls, so nobody joins all of them, so if the ones I end up joining differ from the ones somebody else joined, I might not actually see them.
And then my boyfriend has spoken to me every day, some days both my morning/his afternoon and my evening/his night. Again, it’s difficult not to say the same thing over and over - some days I announce that I’m going to do things like laundry - so we’re watching Normal People on iPlayer. I think at the beginning people were frantically reaching out to friends, and now we’ve reached a place where we aren’t in touch quite as much, but we’re trying to make it sustainable since our lives are in fact stuck like this.
Quarantine is still going on and they cancelled school for the rest of the year about a month ago. My depression is starting to rise and all i want to do is stay in bed all day, but then my dad yells at me for staying in bed all day and that makes my depression worse and the cycle goes on. Ive been calling my best friend and playing roblox with her to help raise my spirits, but recently she hasn’t wanted to call me, i dont know why but it makes me feel like she doesnt want to hang out with me. “Is it because im annoying?” idk but my body positivity is going down and it doesnt help that my pool is warm enough to go swimming in now and i have to wear a bathing suit. but it does get me out of my room so yea. Also my parinoa and OCD have totally been acting up recently, so has my ED but whatever. Last thing, my old fnaf phase has come back… HARD. Fyi i totally recommend Bloxberg, or horrific housing, both of those games are really fun. Anyways thats all i have for now ill be sure to write when something interesting happenens
Ok to some degree i understand why they kept us doing online school, but this is a global fucking pandemic. Everyone is under a huge amount stress, plus the usual, and we’re still expected to get good or passing grades. For me, no problem in some classes. But for at least a few, it’s been incredibly hard to focus and actually retain any information in the first place, and then when you add a pandemic to the mix, I’m just lost. Why didn’t they just fucking pass everybody when school was cancelled? I’m so angry and stressed and yet I still can’t focus enough to do the three assignments I have to do to be able to pass in three of my classes, so while I’m mentally yelling at myself to do them, I’m sitting here typing this post out or watching YouTube or cleaning or anything but doing those important school assignments.
My teacher and I just scheduled a zoom meeting for tomorrow morning to go over some work. 8 a.m she says? And of course I say that works for me! Even though it’s very early. Will you be awake she says? How dare she assume that I’m not up early anymore! I say as we message at 3:30pm, having woken up 20 minutes prior
hi ~i’m nette (they | them) and i’m obviously searching for friends. i’m nineteen, almost twenty and i am a capricorn. i live in NC (bUt iM fRoM tExAs). i’m 100% open minded, ive seen/heard of everything times 10. so don’t be afraid to be yourself because i am not afraid to be mine aha. some quick facts about me: i major in studio art, i recently started doing tattoos, i listen to indie/metal/kpop/rap ( bmth, nct, megan thee stallion and melanie martinez are some of my favorite artists ). adult animation shows/movies are mostly all i watch but i also love horror films, foreign films, and the occasional thai-drama (if you like kdramas, put me on. i’ve been meaning to try those out). i like spoken word and yoga. i’m a two year minimalist and i love to write books, but never finish them. this quarantine has made it semi-hard to do anything so i’m almost never on tumblr but we can always message via text, whatsapp, or discord. (“what? no socials?” i don’t get on any of my accounts) but don’t worry, i’ll attempt to message back as much as i can on tumblr if you’re not comfortable with those three.
sooooo, if you think i’m hella tubular, message me babe. ALSO MAKE SURE THAT I CAN TEXT YOU BACK!!!!! last time i posted, i couldn’t respond to anyone because of their message settings!
Today was a friend’s 21st birthday so everyone got on a zoom call as a make shift party. It wasn’t until we were all together that I realized how much I really miss everyone. Happy birthday Mike, fuck Covid-19
A chi non è capitato che navigando in rete e aprendo una
pagina, un sito o un blog spuntasse una fastidiosa finestra, spesso tanto
grande da occupare buona parte della schermata, che non ti facesse continuare
fin quando non avessi accettato questi famosi (ma il più delle volte
sconosciuti) “cookie”? Senza pensarci due volte e per poter continuare a
navigare, clicchiamo la colorata e più
attraente scritta “accetta”, piuttosto che la grigia “più opzioni” …. ma cosa stiamo
Accordo stipulato quando premiamo su “accetta”. Fonte dell’immagine: Pixabay. Autore: geralt.
Senza scendere troppo nel dettaglio, i cookie, da non
confondere con i croccanti biscotti con gocce di cioccolato, sono dei brevi pacchetti di dati scambiati
tra programmi che sono in comunicazione tra loro, utili per memorizzare e
recuperare informazioni. In poche parole sono dei file di testo che
identificano il consumatore in maniera univoca e vengono rimbalzati dal
server al web client (ex Google) e viceversa quando l’utente ritorna sul server
relativo a quel determinato client. Vengono usati per tracciare e facilitare la
navigazione dell’utente, utile per scopi statistici e pubblicitari.
Facciamo un esempio: devo cambiare computer e navigo su
internet per cercare quello più adatto alle mie esigenze, visito molti siti e
per poterlo fare accetto la “policy” relativa a ciascun website. Non
soddisfatto dalla mia ricerca mi dedico ad altro, magari andando su Instagram o
su Facebook e, dopo un po’, mi ritrovo sulla ‘home’ varie pubblicità di diversi
Cosa è successo? I siti visitati hanno inviato al browser i
dati relativi alla mia navigazione, che vengono usati per pubblicizzare
prodotti di cui ho bisogno.
Uno dei problemi di questi cookie è che salvano, con il
nostro consenso, le credenziali per effettuare il login su quel determinato
sito: in questo modo i “craker” (e non “hacker”, ma ne parleremo in un post
successivo) potrebbero leggere i dati dei cookie o addirittura rubare le
password per poter effettuare il login come “me” utente. Poiché possono essere
quindi pericolosi per la privacy, una legge nel 2011 li ha regolamentati,
facendo in modo che l’utente fosse consapevole di ciò che stava fornendo.
Possiamo racchiudere i vari cookie in quattro tipi
COOKIE TECNICI: vengono utilizzati per facilitare
la navigazione e l’accesso da parte dell’utente, per esempio evitando di
effettuare il login tutte le volte per accedere a Facebook;
COOKIE PUBBLICITARI: vengono utilizzati per creare le
cosiddette “pubblicità personali” in siti di dominio di uno specifico browser,
creando così un profilo dell’utente;
COOKIE DI TERZE PARTI: usati dagli inserzionisti, vengono
utilizzati per proporre inserzioni in pagine di dominio di altri browser;
COOKIE DI SOCIAL NETWORK: attivano le funzioni dei “mi piace”
e dei “segui” nei vari social network.
In conclusione i cookie vengono utilizzati per molteplici
scopi, il più delle volte per facilitare la navigazione o per inserzioni
pubblicitarie. Per poter continuare a navigare in sicurezza bisogna farlo
consapevolmente, conoscendo i vantaggi e i rischi che ciò comporta.