Lifehacker: How to Block Violent Videos on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. “Because it’s 2019, and livestreaming has had five years or so to really build up into a mainstream activity that people actually do, this means that horrific acts of violence and terror around the world have a greater-than-zero chance of having some video component attached to them.”
MakeUseOf: The Best Password Managers for Every Occasion. “Everyone should attempt to store their passwords securely. Along with two-factor authentication, it’s one of the best practices for locking down your precious online accounts. But which password manager is right for you? Today we’ll try to answer that question.” There are some additional suggestions in the comments.
How-To Geek: The Best Google Sheets Add-Ons . “Google Sheets add-ons work similarly to browser extensions. They are third-party apps you install to Sheets to gain additional features. Some add-ons increase productivity, and some add more extensive capabilities. Here’s how to get started.”
Search Engine Journal: 13 Awesome Professional Networking Alternatives to LinkedIn. “I tend to use LinkedIn as a virtual Rolodex and I try to connect with all of the individuals that I work with, so that I always have an updated means of contacting them. However, like any social network, LinkedIn has weaknesses.”
The Next Web: Novel ways to find what book to read next, curated by a huge word nerd. “Hi, I’m a huge word nerd. And I’m sure you’ll agree: reading is great! It’s like a word-movie in your mind, but without the crushing self-doubt that comes from looking at people too attractive to be right. Thing is, how do you know what to read next? You can only read so many books in your lifetime, how do you know they’re gonna be good? Well, I’ve got some tips to help you find your next favorite word splurge. Here are the best ways to do just that.”
PopSugar: In News That Just Changed My Life, You Can Add People to an iPhone Note So Everyone Can Edit It. “iPhones have so many cool features that it’s sometimes hard to keep up with them all. Some are obvious while others are hidden (seriously, can they just give out a full hack manual when you buy the phone?!), and one you might not know about is the ability to share notes with friends. By opening a new note on an iPhone and sharing it with people of your choosing, they’ll not only be able to view your note, but also edit and update, all in real time.”
Lifehacker: How to Prepare Your Digital Life for Your Death. “There are a number of ways loved ones can request access to your accounts once you’re gone, but they don’t need that stress. Several online services allow you to designate legacy contacts or grant access after a period of inactivity. Here’s how to make sure that those you leave behind are able to manage your affairs when you can’t anymore.”