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How is BrandRossGate Panning Out Online?

31 October 2008 | Henry Elliss

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few days (or perhaps you gave up and set all your RSS feeds to ‘Crunch-related-only’?) you’ll doubtless know that there’s a bit of a furore [...]

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Social Media – Is it the new office water cooler?

30 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Independent think tank Demos recently issued a report stating that employers should not see use of social media such as Facebook, or Bebo as a waste of employees time. It found that employees are changing [...]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.20

30 October 2008 | Alex Christie

To get this blog started I sat down and made a quick list of the sites I visit. Some of the usual suspects were there, iGoogle, del.icio.us, google maps, and Facebook. A quick visit to [...]

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The day the music died

30 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Trying to convince a whole generation of music fans that have been brought up on the premise that new music is a free commodity; to actually pay to hear their favourite tracks is no easy [...]

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New Advanced Web Analytics Tool Released

30 October 2008 | Alex Christie

American start-up, Nuconomy, launched a new web analytics tool on Tuesday. With their new product they aim to provide a very different approach to how web traffic is currently being analyzed. Their aim is to [...]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.19

30 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Choosing the best sites ever is a rather hard decision. In day-to-day work there are many web sites (and online tools) I use for functional reasons as well as visiting more educational web sites to [...]

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Update from Vuyani

29 October 2008 | Tanya Goodin

Paving stones, gardens, donations and swings I popped along to the school in Gugulethu today in order to have a wee peaek at a number of developments since my last visit in February to Vuyani. [...]

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Google makes iTunes-like deal with US book industry

29 October 2008 | Annie Wakefield

As a student and a voracious book reader, it may be surprising that I haven’t really used Google’s book search option more often. I guess it’s because it’s slow, limited, annoying to use and only [...]

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5 top Google search functions

29 October 2008 | Annie Wakefield

You may never have heard of… As you all know, Google is our friend. We like Google, we use it often, so I thought it would be a good idea to share some of its [...]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.18

29 October 2008 | Henry Elliss

When it came to pinning down a definitive list of my favourite three websites, I found it quite hard to actually wittle the list down to just three. Plus, I didn’t want to put anything [...]