Last month I got an email from Nest inviting me to enroll in an energy saving incentive program through my utility provider. I was just accepted today, and now I find out that the utility provider actually has access to control my Nest thermostat when they want to. I'm not cool with that.
I've unenrolled from the program but is there a way to actually go in and make sure they don't have access? I probably sound like I'm wearing a tin foil hat, but quite honestly, if they were given access, I don't trust them to not use it even when I've conceded the financial incentive by unenrolling from their program.
I've decided to build a "this day in history" website just as a fun project. I don't anticipate much traffic, and I expect that I'll make pennies on Ad traffic--if anything.
That being said, I enjoy tinkering and learning so I'd like to learn some new things and play around.
The site displays historical events from a database based on the day the site is visited. So, there isn't much text, and the text that does exist changes literally every day.
I've had great success with my blog, but there's TONS of content there in a niche search area. This one is different. Any suggestions?
If you care to see it..... This Day in Rochester
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