Device fingerprinting takes note of characteristics of your device, such as browser, fonts, and what your browser talks to, and identifies you. Once identified, you are tracked on your journey through cyberspace. In a recent experiment, 94% of users were able to be tracked using device fingerprinting. Not only is this legal, but it is used by online marketers to garner a bigger bottom line in their sales departments.
As Girl Scout Cookie season winds to a close, Top Business Degrees thought it would be fun to look into the financial and nutritional numbers behind Girl Scout Cookie sales and the overall business operations of the Girl Scouts. This infographic includes lots of interesting tidbits such as the fact that over 200 billion calories worth of Girl Scout Cookies are consumed annually.
Researchers from the University of Sydney set out to determine which foods fill you up and keep you full. The result was the satiety index — a measure of how full you feel after eating something. So, which one should you grab if you’re trying to satisfy hunger – a banana or a cookie?