Posts by Alex Christie

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Windows 7 – Great “new” features

18 November 2008 | Alex Christie

Vista was very hyped up while it was being development. It promised many things, but never delivered. This was mainly due to the fact that Vista was too user friendly for its own good, causing […]

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Cheaper mobile calls are here

17 November 2008 | Alex Christie

There are over a billion land line numbers that you can dial worldwide (350 million in China alone). The number surprised me at first considering the population of the world is 6.7 billion people. The […]

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What is the future of search?

17 November 2008 | Alex Christie

What is the future of search? A lot of people in the industry will agree, one of the next big steps in the searchscape is ‘semantic search’. You could argue that we already have semantic […]

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Google voice search….. what next?

17 November 2008 | Alex Christie

Google is really pulling out all the stops when it comes to maintaining the lead in the online and marketing  world. Google has released an application that allows you to do a voice search on […]

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Yue Miao Athletics Carnival

17 November 2008 | Alex Christie

A mere 3 months after the Olympic Games, sports mania found its way to Western Shanghai for an athletics carnival at the Yue Miao School. It was a grey old Saturday afternoon, but you wouldn’t […]

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Good News in Bad Times

14 November 2008 | Alex Christie

Omniture is one of the largest analytics providers world wide, and in the 3rd Quarter of 2008, despite doom and gloom around the business world, it announced revenue of $77.8 million, which was a 108% […]

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Web 2.0 – 5 years on…

13 November 2008 | Alex Christie

Web 2.0 is 5 years old. Well, not yet, the concept is probably a wee bit older than the term "web 2.0" which first apparently arose from a brainstorming session between O’Reilly and MediaLive International.By […]

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Google tracks outbreak of virus

12 November 2008 | Alex Christie

Google today released information about a new project that could revolutionise the way our health services monitor and survey the outbreak of diseases within a given population. The Google.org site is specifically designed to track […]

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Microsoft’s new search strategy

12 November 2008 | Alex Christie

In a move that can be likened to Barack Obama asking George W Bush for political guidance, Microsoft has turned to one its former foes, Sun Micro Systems for marketing advice. The exact details of […]

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Browser Stats

12 November 2008 | Alex Christie

I don’t know about everyone else out there, but I am becoming increasing frustrated with having to test web sites in IE6 Surely it is time to call it a day and banish it to […]

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