Saturday, May 30, 2020

How Twitter works and survives as the world's most popular microblogging site

Donald Trump makes Twitter a mainstay in updating his activities. Since becoming president of the United States, he has written more than 11,000 tweets. He also often tweeted which made the ears of his political opponents hot.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

The simple thought behind the discovery of Wikipedia, the largest online encyclopedia


Wikipedia is so popular among internet users. Professionals, such as journalists, writers, researchers, or students, even teachers or lecturers, of course, familiar with Wikipedia as a reference. Wikipedia has become one of the most popular sites in the world.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

The early years of Facebook, full of conflict

Facebook still controls the social media platform for more than a decade. Cited from Ourworldindata.org, at the end of 2019 Facebook has 2.3 billion users. YouTube, Instagram, and WeChat followed by more than one billion users. Tumblr and TikTok are behind it, with more than half a billion users.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

How the Zoom application was founded and become popular

Zoom online video-conferencing application became popular during the Covid-19 pandemic. Along with the enactment of restrictions and lockdown areas in almost all parts of the world, learning activities, meetings, and physical meetings are replaced by online. From here, the Zoom application that was launched in 2013 is widely used.

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Increasingly in demand during Covid-19 pandemic, here is the history of e-Commerce

During the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, the government implemented the lockdown area. As a result, there has been an appeal and hashtag #workfromhome, #studyfromhome, etc. which limits the movement of individuals to travel. If we are used to shopping for necessities directly, then online stores are now the solution.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

What is herd immunity and how it works?

According to Merriam Webster, herd immunity is a reduction in the risk of infection with a specific communicable disease (such as measles or influenza) that occurs when a significant proportion of the population has become immune to infection (as because of previous exposure or vaccination) so that susceptible individuals are much less likely to come in contact with infected individuals.

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Hazmat suite, fashion trends that symbolize health problems


Hazardous materials (hazmat) suit are becoming a ‘fashion trend’ today. Various media, whether electronic, print, or online, often feature a person or group of people dressed in hazmat, complete with headgear, masks, goggles, and boots. Look cool, like an astronaut but behind that there is a symbol that the world is facing a health problem.