We have reached the end of another week and to let you know everything that happened, I brought some interesting topics that came up in TB community in the last few days: how many chargers do you take with you when you leave the house? Is it still worth importing the MacBook Air M1? Come with me to see all the topics that were featured between March 26th and April 1st.
How many cables/chargers do you usually carry when you travel?
Our reader Banana_Phone (André Gorgen) raised this reflection in the Community and I particularly found it interesting.
“I came to spend a week at my parents’ house, today my toothbrush battery died and I forgot the charger.
I brought the charger for my cell phone, the notebook, the phone that is micro USB A, the shaver and the watch. If I had remembered to bring the toothbrush charger, it would have been 6 chargers!
And I even brought a power bank, I have a part of the backpack just for cables. It’s even difficult to remember everything when traveling.”
Time passed and products and more products appeared that became essential in our routine. The point is that all these objects that make our lives easier need a battery to work. So, without realizing it, we are surrounded by porters out there.
However, there are those who manage to organize themselves so they don’t get tangled up (almost literally) with so many cables. This is the case with filipeesposito:
Is that you? Are you from André’s team or Filipe’s? Do you have any tricks to optimize space in your suitcase? Visit the Community thread and share with us 😉. But first, check out other highlights from this week below.
Other topics that resonated in the Community
Phishing (or not), MacBook import and other matters worth checking out.
Access the links below and leave your opinion.
- Extremely sophisticated phishing using the Nubank name
- Ouro Magalu customer pays more?
- Huawei WiFi Router WS5200
- Is it still worth importing the entry-level MacBook Air M1 in 2022?
In addition to the topics raised by you in the Community, we have some guidelines produced by the TB team that also had repercussions here. Let’s check it out?
The 5 best discussions about Tecnoblog agendas
- 0303 prefix for telemarketing can generate “serious crisis”, warns entity
- LinkedIn would be better without these 3 types of posts that attack my anxiety
- Rival of iFood, a fee-free delivery app is launched by the city of Rio
- Criminals expel operators to sell poor internet in communities
- Facebook is behind fake “hit a teacher” challenge on TikTok
Since March 10, it is mandatory to use the prefix 0303 in telemarketing calls (even if it is just a recorded electronic message offering services and products). Thus, the consumer can know what it is and decide whether or not.
The decision did not please the president of Feninfra (National Federation of Call Center, Installation and Maintenance of Telecommunications and IT Network Infrastructure), Vivien M. Suruagy. She states that the prefix can generate a series of crises and affect companies in the sector and even the final customer. The matter resonated a lot among our readers as, for most, Anatel’s rule continues to be beneficial to consumers.
What isn’t very beneficial (at least for some people’s mental health) is accessing LinkedIn. Some content there looks more like horror stories and can be triggers for those who have anxiety.
Murilo Tunholi produced a special on the subject and many people agreed with him there. Do you also think that the social network has become a toxic environment? Share your opinion with us.
I close our weekly summary here. Don’t forget to follow the technoblog and participate in the discussions in the Community to stay on top of all the news. To the next.