On April 26, 2014, Yes Exacty filed a provisional patent for Attention Based Currency (ABC), a form of microcurrency designed for use in electronic transactions whose value is less than $1 USD.
“Our customers and website visitors increasingly participate in an information economy where the only way to monetize billions of dollars worth of creative content is through the use of advertising. ABC represents an alternative paradigm,” says CEO Tess Gadwa. “We believe it has significant potential for integration with Yes Exactly e-commerce projects currently under development and as a standalone product and technology.”
Yes Exactly incorporated in December 2012 as a Massachusetts S-Corporation. We provide tools, platforms, and technologies that makes individuals and small groups more competitive in economic spaces traditionally dominated by large groups. For more information, please visit http://www.yesexactly.com.
Yesterday the discovery of an Internet security vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” was announced by researchers at Google and Codenomicon. This bug could in theory compromise the security of user passwords and other sensitive information stored by systems using the OpenSSL implementation of the popular and widely used SSL security protocol.
Due to the seriousness of the vulnerability and because of the many large commercial sites affected, we urge you to update your Internet passwords and avoid using the same password for multiple sites.
We are pleased to report that Yes Exactly hosting and customer accounts were not affected by this exploit; nor were those of our e-commerce partners.
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Check out the article in The Greenfield Recorder about our Thematizer web development project:
By RICHIE DAVIS
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Photo Credit: Recorder/Paul Franz
There’s something of a disconnect between web-site developers and graphic designers, even though a lot of times, they inhabit the same turf.
Art Meets Code, a collaboration between a Greenfield Web developer and a Lowell art gallery, attempts to get everyone working on the same screen.
“The problem with where Web design meets programming right now is there’s not any good way for a programmer to talk to a designer,” says Tess Gadwa, who started Yes Exactly website design studio in Greenfield four years ago and has since built some 70 sites for businesses and organizations, about 30 percent of them outside the Pioneer Valley.