After keeping publishers in the dark for some time, Apple has finally announced that the IDFA changes will be live very soon.
It's interesting to see how this differs from the cookie tracking restrictions on the web - while the latter created the chance for new tracking companies to emerge and offer their innovative technologies, Apple fully blocks any other player in the game.
This tech giant already has an Apple Advertising part which delivers targeted ads across App Store, App News and Stocks, but could it become a stepping stone for something bigger? Very likely. Facebook, Google and Amazon already have strong advertising networks and Apple shouldn't like to be an outsider.
Of course, it's just personal speculation of mine, but I believe that we are going to see some crucial shifts in this industry. What do you think?
Black cherry aphid (Myzus cerasi)
This small insect can cause quite frightening damage, but no worries, as the leaves grow bigger, there will be no signs of damage, you do not need to use special protection! Minimize plant protection!
Two-spotted spider mite
This mite is very common, they can infest any kind of plant, including your indoor plants. They actually form a web, which looks quite frightening. But again, you should NOT start with chemicals! These webs are the mite's comfy places, they provide the humid microclimate what they desperately need, and they are also fond of darkness. So go ahead, remove the web, and let the sun shine in! You can get rid of these mites in no time. To prevent their return, spray on some product with paraffin oil!
Plant protection does not only mean chemicals! Use with responsibility!
I just got a sudden depression/anxiety attack recently, to point it got me thinking to myself: "why am I limiting myself for family?". That very question sparks my whole identity, as a son, a brother, and the boy who dreams big, but have to keep low profile.
My question to you: what made you feel you are free from shackles of family? How, and why?