Do you know your cookies? (not the kind that Girl Scouts sell!)
Can you name the two types?
I am referencing Browser Cookies: Session and Persistent cookies.
Session cookies are typically removed when you close the browser. Session cookies are utilized for tracking of user login information, temporary pages settings, shopping carts and the like.
Persistent cookies are also called tracking cookies. They are often used by advertisers to track what ads you have already viewed. It is also used for some web pages to remember information about you, such as automatic login and auto-filling forms with commonly used details (such as your login name). Persistent cookies are removed when max age or expiration (time to life/ expiry time) date have been reached. These dates are set by the originator of the web pages. Many tracking cookies will remain for up to a year or longer.
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I know you can’t wait – secretly you want to know where he is – secretly you want to find your present under the tree. Best yet – you want to have an answer to the question – when will Santa be here…. Here a few sites to help with that…..
Experience with amazing world of Virtual Reality and 360 photography. Notice the “cool” factor is delivered via http. Imagine the power of VR apps and Google/Samsung VR devices/headsets. Now that is way cool. Take a walk through New York City’s dazzling assortment of retail window displays and immerse yourself in the magic of the holidays.
What if the thing we call “talent” is grotesquely overrated? And what if deliberate practice is the secret to excellence? Those are the claims of the research psychologist Anders Ericsson, who has been studying the science of expertise for decades. He tells us everything he’s learned.