How can I transfer a Facebook page that is “owned by” a Facebook business, created and managed by myself under my own account, to instead become a personal page?
Reason: Running ads on a personal account does not need a company or it´s details, where a Business owned Facebook page does. Wherever you may want to run a testing campaign on a page it is not possible without starting the very thing you cannot afford until you assess the market.
It’s been oddly difficult to pinpoint the right focus group within the Stack Exchange family at which to ask this question. Nothing seems to quite fit, probably because the question covers so many fields from programming to business to social media to photography to 3D modeling. Software engineering seems to come the closest, though. Please bear with me as I try to define the question more clearly.
First, a quick survey of simple full-color, full-body photographs seems to indicate that a reasonably clear JPEG shot will consume roughly 120KiB. A stored photograph in the aforementioned comprehensive personal profile dataset will presumably have been stripped of all irrelevant background, showing only the person in an illustrative pose. More ideally, the image data should be a photorealistic 3D model that can be rotated this way and that. This sort of visual data is obviously by far the biggest resource hog in any profiling application. What’s the best way to gain a better understanding of the resource requirements of preparing such simple 3D models from perhaps a short series of JPEG photographs for each individual? The point is not to work further with the 3D model, such as in movie-making, but only to identify an individual with reasonable certainty from a stored profile.
Second, is it reasonable to expect that other biometric information such as fingerprints, bone structure, normal gait, retinal patterns, and so forth will likely consume no more than 60KiB in total?
Third, including low-resource textual information such as name, date of birth, height, weight, eye color, past residences, and so forth, is it fair to expect that a comprehensive personal profile dataset could be simplified and compressed into perhaps a 200KiB package without losing critical detail?
Fourth, as a bonus question for the curious, what are the most likely technical challenges for a voluntary social group that wants to be able to clearly identify, say, upwards of 120 million people in a shared database that can be stored and updated at reasonable cost by individuals and private businesses? If my math is right and given the assumption of 200KiB per profile, a NAS array of 24TiB could hold the entire database with a bit of room to spare. With high-performance 8TB (note difference from TiB) hard drives available these days for about $200 each, a home-brew 32TB NAS system (assuming a desire to allow substantial working room) could run as low as $1200, well within the reach of many folks in the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union, and wealthier Asian countries such as Singapore, South Korea, Japan, and so forth.
Honestly, I’d also welcome constructive suggestions for making this question better. The right words seem elusive. :/
I added a Solid State Hybrid Drive to my desktop PC. For more than a year I kept the old hard drive in the machine. I just removed the older hard drive. I created a USB recovery disk on my laptop. When I booted to the USB drive I thought I would have the option of repairing Windows without deleting my existing personal files. However, I didn’t see that option.
How can I make my new drive boot to Windows 10, without losing my personal files?
Note: In case it makes a difference, I have a Windows 10 Pro license key that I purchased.
The website would not work until I created a user agent, but then it worked fine. I then creating a website through python’s local host which also worked fine, and so I thought I was ready to make the website public via “python anywhere”.
However, when I went to create the public website, the program shuts down every time I go to access information through web scraping (i.e. using the user_agent). I didn’t like the idea of using my user agent for a public domain, but I couldn’t find out how other people who web scrape go about this problem when a user agent is required for a public domain. Any advice!?
Hello, First I read this warning o different blogs and forums and now my personal experience and I confirm that Media.net is scam.
When you are about to cash out they will send you email for low quality traffic 48-72 hours before payment and may be sometime 4-5 days. And they will suspend your account few hours or a day before payment.
Note: Sometime they issue first payment and suspend your account before second payments, this is the case with me and with many other users
You know what’s so funny ? They email me to improve traffic quality 48 hours before my payment time and asked me to improve traffic otherwise we will suspend account. well my all traffic is from search engine and quality traffic.
So I informed my account manager and Media.net team that I removed all ads right now, so you are not effecting from my traffic so issue my payment, I will use ads again after payment with more good traffic.
LOL, now no traffic from my website and they suspend account with reason that they still receing low quality traffic
I want to find some place where I can efficiently and securely store my personal private coding projects that I create for myself or for learning. At the moment I store them in cloud storage but don’t think it’s a good idea because can easily accidentally delete them.
So the question is: can I use GitHub (Free Plan!) for the big number of my personal private projects (which I don’t plan to make open source) for unlimited time? Are there any limits?
I downloaded Windows 10 Pro (unactivated) when I first built my PC, but was given an activation key from my school’s IT website after logging in. I entered the key which activated windows and now I am using Windows Education. How much (if at all) can they monitor my activity (what applications I have open, what files I have on my PC, what websites I visit, etc)
While looking for ways to build a personal whatsapp bot, I found that I need a business account and an actual business to link it to to do so, but since I’m not a business owner and wanted to do it as a keen builder, I couldn’t find ways to do so. Are there any legal workarounds to doing so. If so, can I use python3 to write it? (Yes I’ve already seen the TWilio and Whatsapp business api and read through thoroughly)
Thoughts on contextual options for when a chatbot avatar could be invoked from a mobile app.
I notice many chatbot user assistance on laptop UI can be launched from a chat icon visible the lower left of the screen (Intercom, HubSpot, etc) and that when active is interacted with in the context of the screen behind. But on mobile apps, the equivalent chatbot experience is provided by a chrome-level or menu level option (via text or voice) that then launches a NEW tab, and context of the screen is lost.
I’m looking for an affordance in the UI where the avatar or icon for the conversation ‘floats’ in a way similar to the desktop browser experience, like for example using a + ‘Add’ icon. The idea is the icon launches a smaller in-context conversational dialog with the screen behind it, in the same tab, but I have yet to find research indicating for/against. Anyone been on that journey of contextual chatbot on mobile app UI?