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How to help charities online this Christmas

7 December 2009 | Henry Elliss

Last week, we were lucky enough to be invited to attend a Twitter party at 10 Downing Street, organised by the Prime Minister’s wife Sarah Brown, to promote the “Million Mums” campaign. As the biggest […]

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FarmVille is bigger than Twitter

2 December 2009 | Annie Wakefield

Say what? For those who don’t know, FarmVille is a (rather addictive) Facebook app which allows ‘farmers’ to develop their very own little patch of land, complete with tractors, barns, woodsheds and fences…not to mention […]

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Top words and phrases of 2009 provide insight into global psyche

1 December 2009 | Annie Wakefield

I’m a copywriter and something of a closet linguist – I just love languages: the way they change and grow and can be manipulated and… well, don’t get me started – so when I came […]

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Windows 7 – A record setting first month

25 November 2009 | Alex Christie

Windows 7 has now been available to the public for a little more than a month and I thought I would tell you about some interesting facts I gathered whilst using Microsoft’s latest OS. Firstly, […]

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Stop. Think. Post!

24 November 2009 | Milly Diaz

According to new reports, a Canadian-woman lost her long-term health benefits because of pictures she posted on Facebook. The woman’s insurance company apparently accessed her Facebook profile and used posted pictures to build a case […]

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Social Search and SEO integration

16 November 2009 | Alex Christie

I recently read a number of really insightful blogs detailing the case that social search maybe a realistic threat to the future of SEO, but as insightful as they were I can’t help but oppose […]

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Google Caffeine live soon

10 November 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Google Caffeine on a datacenter near you  – soon You may remember that back in August we announced that Google was updating their infrastructure and the process was called caffeine. On the back of that […]

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Tunes just a click away

29 October 2009 | Alex Christie

This week see’s Google make a significant step forward in its quest to provide users with ever more accessible information by releasing a new music attribute to its search listings. The new music features provides […]

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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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How lists may change the Twitter landscape

19 October 2009 | Annie Wakefield

In all honesty, I don’t make the most of Twitter when it comes to all its features and uses. I prefer to follow people, while limiting the number of people I allow to follow me. […]

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