If you wonder why it’s blank after you ignored the IE11 download popup, then do not wonder anymore. Because our multi-billion government doesn’t have a budget to revamp their very old website, that’s why it’s not supported it all modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Brave, Safari, and IE Edge. You need to download IE11 or older sucky browser to view your contributions. If you don’t have a really old browser or if you’re using a Mac OS X, then you need to run Windows via Parallels or Remote Desktop Connection to use IE. If you don’t have any of those tools, then just don’t bother viewing your contributions anymore.
I hope SSS will do something about their website. It’s soooooo old and unusable anymore. Instead, they encourage us to download a very ugly browser from the past.
One of the most important things that you will need to focus on when creating a startup business is to market it properly. There has been countless volumes of info regarding how to market a new online business. However, many people still do not know how to do it the right way. There are a wide variety of methods that you can use to tell the general public what you are doing. However, you need to be certain that the methods you choose will allow you to reach your target audience. Here is some advice that will assist you in marketing a startup.
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The mysterious Catacomb folder in my MacBook Pro 15″ with Touchbar, is still… mysterious. It appeared in my Library folder last January 6, 2017 at 2:19 PM. I don’t know if this folder appear as well in other MacBook Pro with Touchbar users on the same day at the same time. If this appeared simultaneously, probably it’s a MacBook Pro with Touchbar specific update, but if it didn’t appear on all MBP with Touchbar users, then probably it’s a virus, which is unlikely, but probably.
There are several discussions in Apple forums like this, this, and this and many more, but there’s no definite answer about this Catacomb folder. I can’t even find any documentation about it at Apple.com or any other forums explaining the exact function of this folder and why it is in my Library folder. There’s even a YouTube video that says it’s a virus, and if you google it, you’ll find instructions of how to remove it.
I haven’t remove it yet. Maybe there’s a core function that is associated with it. So I’ll keep it there and just observer what will happen with my MBP in the next few months. It’s there since January and my Mac is functioning just fine.