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World Cup kick-off – time for FIFA to reach out online

11 June 2010 | Tanya Goodin

When the controversial new ball is kicked for the first time competitively at the Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg today, the biggest sporting event in the world will be underway. Online and offline, millions of […]

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World Cup: It is here

11 June 2010 | Annie Wakefield

South Africa woke to the distinctive sound of the iconic vuvuzela this morning, as the Fifa World Cup finally arrived. We’ve been waiting like children on Christmas Eve for months now as the excitement built. […]

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BP proves there’s no such thing as bad publicity

9 June 2010 | Annie Wakefield

It would appear that BP is taking the old adage ‘there’s no such thing as bad publicity’ very seriously. The company suffered a massive PR setback earlier this year after a leaking undersea well in […]

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Vuvuzela’s and keeping up with the realtime web

9 June 2010 | Alex Christie

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 […]

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Google aiming to change the way we shop… for good!

7 June 2010 | Alex Christie

At a time when Google is invading our living rooms with the launch of Google TV, you would have thought that those at Google Towers might not have time to change the way we shop. […]

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Kick off your World Cup experience online

2 June 2010 | Annie Wakefield

The 2010 Football World Cup kick off is a week away! Here in Tamar’s Cape Town office we have gotten into the spirit of things, throwing ourselves behind our boys in green and gold. Some […]

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Facebook bows (a little bit) to critics, makes privacy settings easier to use

27 May 2010 | Milly Diaz

As expected (the BBC revealed first thing Tuesday morning the announcement was coming), yesterday afternoon Mark Zuckerberg rolled out Facebook’s one-stop shop for privacy settings in response to growing user concerns. Zuckerberg stated during the […]

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Twitter sorting out search, Google loving Twitter…

26 May 2010 | Henry Elliss

There have been a couple of developments in the world of Twitter recently which I thought would be worth documenting here on the blog – both have links to search too, making them doubly relevant […]

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Joined-up engagement missing along the UK online election trail

25 May 2010 | Tanya Goodin

Now that the election dust has settled, I thought it would be useful to look back over our Political Search Index (PSI) series that we launched last October. The four white papers were certainly a […]

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May 31 2010 – Quit Facebook Day?

17 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Matthew Milan and Joseph Dee are tired of Facebook and are taking a stand. What are they taking a stand about you might wonder? Simple. Privacy, and the lack of it that Facebook is showing […]

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