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Monopoly? No thank you!

7 January 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Nobody likes monopolies, especially when they are not benefiting from them, and this is as true for search as any other sector. Google is usually the search engine singled out with accusations of unfair domination […]

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Hackers target Twitter

6 January 2009 | Annie Wakefield

It would seem that phishing spammers truly are taking over social networks. Many of our favourite networks have been targeted and it has become quite a problem. Facebook has seen a dramatic increase in spam […]

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Playstation Programming

5 January 2009 | Alex Christie

I have long had an interest in programming artificial intelligence systems, particularly those that can predict a future series of events based on past data (think stock market).  During one of my recent web surfing […]

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Social Stalking, yes thats right….

5 January 2009 | Alex Christie

I came across this new social media site that will allow you to not only watch out for stories about your own website but you can also keep an eye out for what people are […]

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Using search engines on the hoof

5 January 2009 | Tanya Goodin

How to get a better deal using search engines Even though I have moved from the iPhone back to my standard blackberry and it does not render websites as well as the iPhone, I still […]

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Adopt a Blog #1 www.perezhilton.com

5 January 2009 | Sarah Graveling

I like celebrity gossip. I LOVE a pop/rock biography, read the celebrity pages in the daily newspapers on the tube and regularly buy cheap celeb magazines for long train journeys (excuse). But, there is a […]

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Five reasons to be cheerful in 2009

2 January 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Gloomy or what? According to the media crunch has now turned to crash, recession to depression and we're now apparently facing the most difficult economic period in decades. Today has been officially designated 'throw a […]

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The Queen loses out to Facebook on Christmas day

31 December 2008 | Alex Christie

Using the Internet has become an integral part of how we chose to spend Christmas with people logging on to get in touch with with friends and loved ones. In a survey conducted by the […]

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Google updates it’s PageRank values for the toolbar.

31 December 2008 | Alex Christie

According to Matt Cutts's twitter, Google have updated their PageRank values for the Google toolbar. Good news for some, and bad news for others… As many of you know, Google keeps 2 sets of PageRanks: […]

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Holiday Fun – Track Santa’s Journey with Google Earth

24 December 2008 | Alex Christie

Gone are the days when parents could tuck their little angels in bed with Christmas Evetheir children dizzy with excitement in the hope that Santa would be heading down their chimney before the morning comes. […]