Posts by Alex Christie

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Facebook – 6 years of social

5 February 2010 | Alex Christie

In the last 10 years the internet has changed our lives drastically and become an integral part of our modern living. Those, like us, who work online know this all too well. An area of […]

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IE6 grinding to a slow stop

5 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Google has stated that they will suspend support for Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) on its Gmail and Calendar services from 1 March 2010. This comes after Google admitted hackers had breached their network, and stolen […]

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Augmented Reality is here – some good apps to try

3 February 2010 | Alex Christie

I really like augmented reality. What is augmented reality? Well I’ll let Wiki define it here. If you don’t like that explanation, let me try to put it in my words; it’s a term coined […]

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Three tips to make your life easier – thanks to Google

3 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Tip #1 – Track your RSS feeds in Google Analytics It is now possible to track clicks from your Feedburner to your website within Google Analytics. Working in a similar way as URL tagging, you […]

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Social Networking spam on the increase

2 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Have you noticed an increase of spam on Facebook recently? Spam is not a new problem on social networks but recently it seems that it has increased on Facebook. We know the problems that Twitter […]

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Is removing yourself from Social Networks social suicide?

29 January 2010 | Alex Christie

In today’s times, it seems as though if you are not a part of the social media revolution, you are not living on this planet. When planning an event, one usually uses Facebook for virtual […]

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The Apple iPad – Paper is finally dead

27 January 2010 | Alex Christie

Minutes ago Steve Jobs announced the latest product to change the world. We are of course talking about the much hyped and eagerly anticipated iTablet, iSlate, iPad. That’s right, they called it the iPad… Will […]

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The browsing experience – Not everyone sees what you see

19 January 2010 | Alex Christie

For years web designers have had to deal with compatibility issues across multiple browsers and for just as many years have had to accept content being displayed in slightly different ways. This is unlikely to […]

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The mobile web – Part 1: The real mobile web and the mobileOK validator

18 January 2010 | Alex Christie

One of the biggest misunderstandings most people have when talking about the mobile web, is that they usually assume that it refers to the web when viewed through a smart-phone device, such as an iPhone. […]

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Usability best practice, Part 1 – Tab navigation

13 January 2010 | Alex Christie

Using tabs as a navigation device has long been an established metaphor and is widely accepted as a user-friendly way to display top-level navigation (primary). But this wasn’t tabs original use they were used to […]

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