Posts by Tanya Goodin

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Making video content work for you …

13 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

The number of video downloads on the internet in the past two years has increased exponentially. According to Alexa, Youtube’s traffic has grown from zero to a daily reach of 9% of all internet users. [...]

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MSN and Google mapping the future

12 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Microsoft has added 3D capabilities to Live Search Maps service here in the UK. Buildings in Plymouth, Cardiff, Bristol, Gloucester, and Wolverhampton can be viewed in 3D and look very like Sim City buildings. The [...]

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Fundraising ahoy!

12 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

We had our 3rd steering team meeting today and covered a lot of ground. We’re realising how much of a challenge it’s going to be to raise the £24k but life would be dull if [...]

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The returns of social media

10 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

With all the buzz surrounding social media, it’s very easy to get ‘blinded by the lights’ and forget about what is really important and that’s returns! So we thought it best to outline the areas [...]

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Google’s virtual library

5 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Google are currently working with university libraries across the UK and US to create a virtual library. Whilst the project is currently limited to out-of-copyright works in the UK, the grand plan is to eventually [...]

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Blogging4Business

5 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Yesterday we attended the annual "Blogging for Business" conference in central London, with speakers from the likes of Yahoo!, Microsoft, Blue Barracuda and PR agency Waggener Edstrom. Overall it was a great event to be [...]

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Give us your money!

5 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Our project website launched this week www.tamargoestotown.com so we’re now open to take money to meet our target for building materials. Sarah and her team have plenty of fund-raising activities planned over the next few [...]

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Two good reasons to have accessible sites

4 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

If your site is not accessible then you could face legal action and suffer terrible publicity. One of the most famous cases was against the Sydney Olympics Committee in 2000. The owners of the website [...]

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Google mobile search and Yahoo! launches new publishing services

3 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

Tuesday saw Google release their upgraded WAP-based search to an interface that is more small-screen friendly, and which incorporates pared-down results and personalisation according to location. There is an option to add and remove info [...]

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Microsoft strikes a distribution deal with Lenovo

2 April 2007 | Tanya Goodin

All new Lenovo computer systems – including ThinkPads, ThinkCentre desktops and Lenovo-branded PCs – will have Windows Live software and the Live.com tool bar pre-installed on their machines. This is a significant coup for Microsoft [...]