Mobile apps on smart phones have come a long way since they were made widely available after the launch of the iPhone in the middle of 2007. At the beginning of 2010, it was reported [...]
Here is a few tips on how to use Microsoft Outlook more productively, and get the most out of your day(s). Email: Remove Invalid E-Mail Addresses from Autocomplete List When composing an e-mail, you may [...]
Cape Town Tamarites were welcomed by a familiar face as we walked into our warm office a couple of weeks ago – Simo Sam was spending the day with us. Simo is a recipient of [...]
As you may have heard by now, Apple has launched their latest iPhone incarnation. Launched a couple of weeks ago as iPhone 4G, it has quickly become known as iPhone 4. The 4G element denotes [...]
Recently Matt Cutts posted a video on the Google Webmaster YouTube channel stating that in the vast majority of circumstances site owners should not add nofollow attributes on internal links.
There is some disagreement in the SEO community on this issue with a poll on Search Engine Roundtable showing a fairly even split of opinion, (48% saying they do use nofollows internally and 52% saying they don’t).
So with that in mind I thought it best to chime in to the debate and state my position
News has been leaked onto the internet that Microsoft has started work on their next operating system, predictably named Windows 8. On the back of the hugely successful Window 7, it seems that Microsoft isn’t [...]
Carrying on the series ‘Usability best practice’ I am focusing on the use of personas explaining what they are, why they are useful and how to implement them. What is a persona? Personas, invented by [...]
There was a lot of noise coming from the Microsoft camp when Internet Explorer 8 was launched. But the fact that it was soon announced that Microsoft was to start developing IE9 pretty much confirmed [...]
Microsoft has announced that on 13 July 2010 they will suspend support for Windows XP SP2(Service pack 2). This means that Microsoft will no longer be testing newly discovered vulnerabilities to determine if Windows XP [...]
Vuvuzela (voo-voo-zeh-lah) – a long trumpet commonly blown at football matches in South Africa, traditionally made from horn. Most are, however, plastic these days. A lot of bloggers know the importance of utilising current affairs [...]