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Printing MySpace

8 October 2008 | Alex Christie

MySpace are teaming up with Hewlett Packard to allow users to take online content off line. Profiles will sport buttons to allow you to print photos, comments and more with out leaving profile pages. The […]

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Managing e-mail

8 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Not long ago our company mail server grinded to a halt as it reached its maximum storage capacity. After some investigating I was told that I was guilty of having the largest mailbox in the […]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.6

8 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Being the number crunching guy and having worked in the financial sector for a long time, it should come as no surprise as to what type of information my favourite sites contain. I’m all about […]

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Sent the wrong email to the right person?

8 October 2008 | Annie Wakefield

Ever come back from a night out and just had a "quick look" at your mail? Then you spot it, a message from your ex, maybe your boss or even your mum. After a couple […]

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Live Search Rolls on to Facebook

8 October 2008 | Henry Elliss

Just a little under a year after Microsoft bought a $240 million stake in Facebook, the effects of that deal are beginning to become evident. As has been predicted for a while now, today finally […]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.5

7 October 2008 | Alex Christie

I spent ages trying to think of something weird and wonderful to use as my three favorite websites – something a bit kooky or something people might not have seen coming, like milliondollarhomepage.com – where […]

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Reputation Management: My new favourite phrase… sort of.

7 October 2008 | Alex Christie

For the last five days it has been incredibly hard for me to get away from hearing about Reputation Management – whether that be examples of those in need of it, tips on how to […]

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Analytics always needs a pinch of salt

7 October 2008 | Alex Christie

As an analytics practitioner I can often despair and get discouraged by the inherent inaccuracies within web analytics data. Tags won’t execute, people will disable cookies, there are a ton of reasons why the data […]

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iGoogle, Nike+ and LoveFilm – Barrie’s favorites…

6 October 2008 | Alex Christie

I spent ages trying to think of something weird and wonderful to use as my three favorite websites – something a bit kooky or something people might not have seen coming, like milliondollarhomepage.com – where […]

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When Celebrities DON’T Network! Andrew Collins

6 October 2008 | Henry Elliss

Regular readers of this blog will remember back in June we ran a series of short interviews with a selection of famous types about their use of Social Media – Dom Joly, Danny Wallace and […]