Posts by Alex Christie

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How Google is going to keep the market share

29 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Google has the lions share of the search market, and there isn’t an end in sight, the sheer flexibility and rate at which the search giant can implement new technology and adjust to an ever […]

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Could UK postal strikes affect online sales this Christmas?

28 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Although for the most of us Christmas still seems a long way off, we can correctly assume that retailers are already well into their festive marketing strategies. Only this week I saw my first 2009 […]

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Conversations over the garden fence – to respond or not to respond, that is the question!

28 September 2009 | Alex Christie

The ideas behind and ways to leverage user generated content have been discussed at length by both distinguished web commentators and novices alike, yet for me it is still very much a grass roots movement.  […]

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Google Chrome may be bad for you!

23 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Ever wondered why Google might be interested in building a browser and ‘force’ Google search as the preferred search engine, or import data which you have not approved – sound a bit like Microsoft a […]

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Twitter in Pole Position

16 September 2009 | Alex Christie

I’m a huge F1 racing fan. Most people find this odd, those cars seem to just follow each other round in a noisy procession for an hour and a half, occasionally stopping for a pit […]

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“InPrivate Filtering” another cool feature of IE 8

15 September 2009 | Alex Christie

While you are browsing a web site it may be pulling active content from many other different third party sources and of course these contents have benefits and value for the user. It is important […]

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Firefox, the memory monster

11 September 2009 | Alex Christie

I have been using Mozilla Firefox since early 2004, and I am only one of the hoardes of users complaining that it is getting slower and slower with every big release. Even though the Mozilla […]

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Twitter filling your wallet. Or, my 1 year anniversary post, sort of.

9 September 2009 | Alex Christie

It has been almost a year since I started blogging for Tamar and it seems quite ironic that something I noticed this week has sent me referencing the first post I did, and on 09/09/09 […]

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Deconstruct 09 – 04 September 2009

9 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Deconstruct 09 is a grass-roots conference that aims to bring together some of the brightest minds in the digital industry from around the world. The focus for 2009 was the challenge of designing for tomorrow […]

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How to get 400 million backlinks in only 3 years

9 September 2009 | Alex Christie

If you are on the Internet these days, you will have seen the now famous social bookmarking icons, they weren’t so famous 3 years ago when AddThis started. If you have seen the buttons below, […]

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