Posts by Alex Christie

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Adopt a Blog #27 – ICanHasCheezBurger

25 February 2009 | Alex Christie

Who hasn't heard of LOLCats or ICanHasCheezBurger? Even if those names don't ring a bell, you are still likely to have seen one of their images pop into your inbox. I didn't even know there […]

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SES London 2009 and Video in Search 2009

25 February 2009 | Alex Christie

The after lunch-time slot presenting to a sleepy search marketing audience requires an engaging presenter and a subject worthy of arousing interest from dwindling attention spans. Cue Amanda Watlington to stand up and reel off […]

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What lurks in the deep web?

24 February 2009 | Alex Christie

I have seen a recent flurry around a new bit of lingo in the marketplace, the deep web. It sounds like a ghastly tentacled apparition, lurking beneath the tranquil web 2.0 waters of the Internet […]

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Gmail is down…*was down….

24 February 2009 | Alex Christie

Like many people, we rely on the mighty Google to be unbreakable, but it's not the case. To my surprise I saw the SOS signals pouring out of Twitter. That also raises the question, "Is […]

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Twitter slowly rolls out search functionality

24 February 2009 | Alex Christie

I've been using the micro-blogging service Twitter for some time now and I've always found it strange that there is no on-site search function. Users had to use a separate URL to perform a search. […]

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Yahoo! Web Analytics better than Google Analytics?

24 February 2009 | Alex Christie

Google Analytics(G.A) has for a long time been sitting pretty as the king of analytics packages. Not only is their product efficient and user friendly but the major advantage its held over its rivals is […]

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Government social media position valued higher than Lord Chancellor?

23 February 2009 | Alex Christie

Tax payers across Britain are up in arms today after The Telegraph reported that a senior position within the Government's Digital Engagement team, has a higher starting salary and benefits than what the Lord Chancellor […]

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My first website…

20 February 2009 | Alex Christie

My first ever website – as with a lot of younger web designers – was built in dreamweaver. My first attempts at building a website involved using tables and frames. I would create separate frames […]

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Elegant visualisations of LastFM data

19 February 2009 | Alex Christie

This might a story for the technology blog, it could also fit on the experience design blog, if I was clever enough I would put it on all three. I got to plaing with the […]

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Privacy… can I haz it?

19 February 2009 | Alex Christie

There has been a lot of uproar about the recent events that took place over on the Facebook Terms of Service page. The big debacle has to do with how they proposed to treat data […]

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