The Truth about ChatGPT: Is it for Real or Not?
14 December 2022 10:00 PM Filed in: Technology | Ai
ChatGPT, or Conversational Graph-Based Pre-trained Transformer, is a natural language processing technology that was introduced in 2020. Designed by OpenAI and Microsoft, this technology offers a completely new way to generate natural-sounding conversations.
The Adoption of Passkey by Google Chrome Will Enhance Internet Security
12 December 2022 07:17 AM Filed in: Technology | Identity
When it comes to Internet security, there is no doubt that the latest Google Chrome update may have been its most significant: the adoption of Passkey. Passkey is an innovative new security layer that works to make the user experience safer and more secure by integrating with the user’s existing computer and mobile device settings.
My Development Philosophy: Make It Work, Then Make It Pretty, Then Make It Fast
07 December 2022 08:34 AM Filed in: Development
Developing a successful product or website requires careful analysis, planning and execution. However, the process of developing a product can be broken down into three distinct stages. My development approach is simple: make it work, then make it pretty, then make it fast. In this blog post, I will explain why my development philosophy will help you create a successful product or website.
The Future of Authentication in the Digital Environment
06 December 2022 08:15 AM Filed in: Technology | Identity
As we move further into the digital age, authentication methods have had to adapt to keep pace with the ever-changing landscape. What used to be a simple password is no longer enough to keep our information safe. So, what does the future of authentication look like?
Pong turns 50 A Brief History
29 November 2022 07:46 AM Filed in: Video Games | Technology
In the early 1970s, video games were a new and unexplored frontier. There were no rules or conventions to follow—anything was possible. It was in this wild and untamed landscape that Pong, one of the earliest and most famous video games of all time, was born.
Pong is believed to have been inspired by an earlier game called Tennis for Two, which was created in 1958 using an oscilloscope. However, the first true video game version of Pong was created by Atari engineer Allan Alcorn in 1972. The game was released in arcades in 1973 and quickly became a smash hit. By 1974, there were more than 10,000 Pong machines in operation around the world. Read More
A Brief History of Digital Banking
27 November 2022 07:02 PM Filed in: Technology | Banking
The history of digital banking is fascinating. From its humble beginnings in the early 1990s to its current state as a major player in the financial sector, digital banking has come a long way. In this blog post, we'll take a look at the history of digital banking and where it's headed in the future.
360 Tour of Sanding Ovations Sandcastles
21 November 2022 01:09 PM Filed in: Community | Photography | St Pete
360 Tour of Sanding Ovations Sandcastles in Treasure Island, Florida
Blog Introduction: Imagine taking a stroll through a beautiful sandy beach. The sun is shining, the waves are crashing, and the sand is sparkling. As you walk along, you come across the most intricate and ornate sandcastles you have ever seen. Welcome to Sanding Ovations Sandcastles in Treasure Island, Florida!
Impact of Low-Code Low-Code Development
18 November 2022 08:49 AM Filed in: Technology | Development
Low-code development is a boon to businesses for many reasons. In the modern business world, speed and agility are paramount. With low-code development, businesses can achieve faster time to market, improved resource utilization, and easier maintenance and updates.
St Petersburg Saturday Market A Look Back
The St Petersburg Saturday Market has been a staple of the community for years. It's a place where people can come to find fresh produce, local artisans, and enjoy a sense of community. But the market is not without its challenges. In recent years, the market has struggled with declining attendance and vendor turnover. However, the market's organizers are determined to turn things around. Here's a look at the past and future of the St Petersburg Saturday Market. Read More
What You Need to Know About the CPPA
12 November 2022 07:26 AM Filed in: Technology | Identity
The California Privacy Protection Act (CPPA) is a new law that strengthens the state’s existing privacy laws. The CPPA will go into effect on January 1, 2020, and will impact any business that collects, uses, or discloses personal information of California residents.
WebAuthn for Consumers and Businesses
09 November 2022 10:28 AM Filed in: Technology | Identity
The technology industry is always changing, and that means businesses need to be prepared to adapt to new technologies as they come about. One such technology that businesses should be aware of is WebAuthn. Here's what you need to know about WebAuthn and how it will impact consumers and businesses.
The Importance of FIDO Alliance Standards
04 November 2022 08:02 AM Filed in: Technology | Identity
The FIDO (Fast Identity Online) Alliance is a non-profit organization that was formed in 2013. The alliance's goal is to change the way we authenticate online by developing open standards that replace passwords with stronger forms of authentication.
360 Degree Photography The Future is Now
02 November 2022 08:03 PM Filed in: Technology | Photography
360 degree photography is a relatively new field that is quickly gaining popularity. This type of photography allows the viewer to see an image from every angle, as if they were actually there in person. 360 degree photos are often used to give potential customers a virtual tour of a business, or to give visitors to a website a more immersive experience.
What makes 360 degree photography so special is that it gives the viewer a much more complete picture than traditional photography. With traditional photography, the photographer is limited to taking one picture from one angle. This can leave the viewer feeling like they are missing out on important details, or feeling like they are not getting the full story. 360 degree photography eliminates this problem by providing the viewer with an all-around view of the subject.
Not only does 360 degree photography provide the viewer with a more complete picture, but it also allows the viewer to interact with the image in a way that is not possible with traditional photographs. Viewers can zoom in and out, rotate the image, and even view it from different angles. This makes 360 degree photos much more engaging than traditional photos, and gives viewers a much more immersive experience.
The future of cloud gaming
01 November 2022 04:00 PM Filed in: Technology | Video Games
The future of cloud gaming is looking very bright. With the advent of 5G technology and ever-increasing internet speeds, the possibility of streaming high-quality gaming content to devices is becoming more and more viable. Cloud gaming services such as PlayStation Now and GeForce Now are already available, and Microsoft is set to launch its Project xCloud service later this year. So, what does the future hold for cloud gaming? Let's take a look.