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The Story of Ugmonk: From Side Project to Lifestyle Product Empire A love for typography and minimalistic design is all it took for designer Jeff Sheldon to get started on a life-changing path. A designer by day, and entrepreneur by night—Jeff has been able to build an online t-shirt, and lifestyle product empire over the past few years. In this customer spotlight, we catch up with Jeff and learn more about the growth and development of Ugmonk. Can you give us a bit of background about Ugmonk? Ugmonk is a design brand focused on producing high-quality products with a minimal aesthetic and intense attention to detail. Google is Quietly Recording Everything You Say — Here’s How to Hear It, Delete It, and Stop It Thanks to a function of their search software, Google could have years worth of your conversations recorded, and you can hear it for yourself. Your cringe-worthy history can be heard and viewed along with a list of all your searches, at your personal Google history page. The feature was built into Google’s search function as a means of delivering accurate search results. However, the sheer accuracy and amount of data Google stores is chilling.

Martijn van Strien launches Post-Couture Collective Dutch Design Week 2015: Dutch designer Martijn van Strien has launched a fashion company that allows consumers to download, customise, produce and self-assemble clothing designs. The Post-Couture Collective site launched with six pieces taken from the One Off collection by van Strien's own experimental fashion label mphvs. Each of the items can be personalised to the buyer's individual measurements, and then either downloaded and further customised before being produced at a local Makerspace, or delivered as a kit. "I was inspired by the challenge I saw in trying to develop a collection that would be completely makable in Makerspaces," said the designer, who launched his mphvs label with a range of laser-cut unisex garments.

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10 Places to Find Product Ideas for Your Ecommerce Business This is the second post in a series of articles that will detail the process of getting started in ecommerce. In the coming weeks we will be posting further in-depth articles on other aspects of finding and evaluating products to sell online. For the first post in this series, click here. PGP Setup Guide What you need The most common reason people give for not using PGP encryption is that it is too hard. My goal today is to show you that no, it is not too hard. Further, you can be set up and encrypting all the things in less than 15 minutes. Some may ask why I am even bothering with a post like this. My answer is rather simple; current guides to this process tend to over-complicate the process and effectively scare off more possible users than they create.

Couple Couple is a more intimate way to share your life and the best way to stay in touch with your favorite person: it’s free, it’s fun, and it’s completely private! Couple, the app for two! Over 3.5 million downloads and a Google Play Staff Pick can’t be wrong! Couple keeps all your special moments saved privately in one place and connects you to only the most important person in your life for the most private messaging experience. Five ways to delete yourself from the Internet If you're reading this, it's highly likely that your personal information is available to the public. And while you can never remove yourself completely from the Internet, there are ways to minimize your online footprint. Here are five ways to do so.

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