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No Advertising Third-Party Consumer Technical Support with Google

Image Source: Google.com, Lenovo; Design by Patcoola 2019

May 2019, Google implements new policy to please Google partners. The “Third-party consumer technical support” policy prevents advertising for services provided by the computer services industry. Computer service providers cannot advertise their services with Google AdSense anymore. The new policy makes their services such as Repairs, Virus Removal, Password Resets prohibited. It’s no secret that the computer services industry is dying. Many countries are pushing for a “Right to Repair” law, and many people do not own a computer anymore in favor for a smart phone or tablet. However, this further demonstrates that manufacturers do not want their products fixed, and Google is anti-competition.

https://support.google.com/adspolicy/answer/6368711#691


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Awesome eBay Auction Win!

Charging into the Sky

Black Clover Blog Delays

Change Ahead

Changes are coming!

Big changes are coming to the blog to modernize and keep up with compliance. The new changes will provide full responsive design. A new graphical design featuring my alter ego. All top pages has been updated. New menus and headline graphics created. Social graph cards have been implemented. Google Ads have been implemented with full compliance. The new blog better reflects what the blog is about and who I am.


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[Life] Downsizing Sale

[Life] Falling Behind

[Life] Network Storage Update

[Blog News] 10,000 Page Views

Systems by Tigarus Website to Launch November 2017

New Strategic Plan

New strategic plan is set to launch the official Systems by Tigarus website for our computer services. The new plan cuts the original plans by compromising with what is already available.


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2016 Fundraising

When VR isn’t VR

VR with the Nexus 7

Using the VR Shinecon headset, I managed to use my Nexus 7 second generation tablet (7 inch) for virtual reality (VR). The downsides are having to hold the tablet in place, the motion sensor may be influenced by the headset’s magnet, and the screen is a little bit too large for the headset. The upside is that I can quickly use the touch screen and place it back in place quickly.


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eBay: VR Shinecon Headset

Everything Breaks in May

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