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A question of Flash

27 October 2009 | Alex Christie

Adobe Flash (formally Macromedia Flash) first hit our screens in 1996 quickly reaching the cutting edge of web design technology. From banners to full GUI design solutions, Flash offers designers and developer’s powerful animation, audio/video […]

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Windows 7 – what’s all the fuss about?

21 October 2009 | Alex Christie

This week is the official launch of Windows 7, the operating system that Microsoft is banking on to minimise the damage done by its predecessor, Vista. I have not received my own copy yet, but […]

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Improving the speed of Outlook 2007

19 October 2009 | Alex Christie

One of the biggest issues with upgrading to Microsoft Office 2007, is that the new version of Outlook is extremely slow – bordering on unusable. Having put up with the slow performance for the past […]

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The new star of YouTube – Adwords!

14 October 2009 | Alex Christie

It seems after a painfully long time, Google is finally applying their AdWords system to YouTube, allowing UK advertisers to serve keyword targeted video content to the masses. Google isn’t overcomplicating things, by applying their […]

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The outlook is cloudy

14 October 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Your worst nightmare when you throw a party is that you get all your cheese and pineapple nibbles ready, shine the dance floor for your break-dancing employees and then no-one comes. The worst nightmare on […]

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Is real-time the future of the web?

9 October 2009 | Alex Christie

There has been a lot of talk about the real-time web and how it is ‘the future’ but what exactly is the real-time web and why should we care? Put simply, the real-time web is […]

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Trusting your life to digital – am I paranoid?

8 October 2009 | Henry Elliss

As a general rule, I’m a big fan of change – especially online. I like to think that I’m a reasonably ‘early adopter’ – I’m not obsessive about it, but I am (for instance) a […]

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Could UK postal strikes affect online sales this Christmas?

28 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Although for the most of us Christmas still seems a long way off, we can correctly assume that retailers are already well into their festive marketing strategies. Only this week I saw my first 2009 […]

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Google Chrome may be bad for you!

23 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Ever wondered why Google might be interested in building a browser and ‘force’ Google search as the preferred search engine, or import data which you have not approved – sound a bit like Microsoft a […]

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Twitter in Pole Position

16 September 2009 | Alex Christie

I’m a huge F1 racing fan. Most people find this odd, those cars seem to just follow each other round in a noisy procession for an hour and a half, occasionally stopping for a pit […]

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