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Old computers to be turned into fuel

14 May 2008 | Alex Christie

The boom in computers and the high turnover of equipment in the last decade has created a massive environmental headache around the world. The circuit boards in computers contain high levels of pollutants such as […]

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Facebook – My Life in Numbers

14 May 2008 | Henry Elliss

Following on from my little piece of number crunching when I reached 500 friends last week (I’m at 504 now – not that I’m counting…!) I decided to take it another step and see how […]

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What to do when rankings fluctuate

14 May 2008 | Tanya Goodin

Like they are now! For those of us who watch the search engines more than is probably healthy in decent society of late we have noticed a lot of fluctuation in the rankings. Even more […]

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Google and Baidu launch sections for Sichuan earthquake

14 May 2008 | Alex Christie

Google and Baidu Launch Sections for Earthquake in China On the 12th of May a violent earthquake shook Sichuan in the Wenchuan County in South West China and has killed more than 10 000 people. […]

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Google Alternatives

13 May 2008 | Alex Christie

Even though there is absolutely no doubt that Google dominates the search engine market, this doesn’t prevent other companies from targeting a small piece of the big search engines pie. Visual Search Engines might not […]

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Google connecting social networks

13 May 2008 | Annie Wakefield

Yesterday I did a blog post about Facebook and MySpace that will be allowing their users to access their information remotely and today I found out that Google is also making an effort to help […]

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Microsoft launches rival to Google Sky

13 May 2008 | Annie Wakefield

Ever dreamed of going to space? Haven’t we all? Well the dreaming is over, Microsoft launched its WorldWide Telescope yesterday and it is rumoured to be similiar to Google Sky. Google Sky is of course […]

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iPhone still a hit!

13 May 2008 | Annie Wakefield

According to a report in the Telegraph today the base model of the iPhone has sold out in the UK, in under 6 months! The iPhone has proven itself to be a very popular accessory […]

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I hate PowerPoint – Part 1

13 May 2008 | Sarah Graveling

It’s clumsy and very hard to make content look pretty. Generally, the use of drop shadows and fading photographs or photographic backgrounds wouldn’t normally be appreciated on the web or print, but for some reason […]

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The Rise and Rise of the World Wide Web

12 May 2008 | Alex Christie

This is a topic that has been hotly debated both in the on and offline world, and since the World Wide Web has only recently celebrated its 15th birthday I thought it would be interesting […]