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Keeping a corporate eye on your social life

17 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Social media is now being used more and more in an effort to monitor individuals in terms of what they say, and their actions. As the social media world continues to grow, so does the [...]

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Facebook Privacy Policy – a slow slide towards disintergration

11 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Since Facebook first launched the privacy policy that it adopted in its infancy it has slowly eroded. In the beginning it had the privacy of the user at heart, but now it seems as if Facebook is [...]

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Doing Business on Twitter Just Got Easier

11 May 2010 | Milly Diaz

Twitter’s becoming even more business friendly! On Monday, Twitter rolled out a service called Twitter Business Center to a few select companies and individuals. Mashable broke the news a few hours ago and was able [...]

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Twitter – too much talking, not enough listening?

11 May 2010 | Henry Elliss

Last night saw a strange ‘glitch’ happen on Twitter, which in turn served as a bit of a revelation to me in how the attitudes of people using Twitter seems to have matured. I should [...]

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Apple boss Steve Jobs explains ban on Flash

11 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Steve Jobs recently published an open letter defending Apple’s decision not to allow Flash on many of the firm’s products. Neither the iPod, iPhone nor iPad can run the software despite the widespread use of [...]

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Googlemail becomes Gmail again in the UK

7 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Finally after a 5 year trademark dispute between Google and a company called Independent International Investment Research has come to end. The IIIR claimed it used the term “Gmail” first, and this resulted in claims [...]

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How are social networks making money?

6 May 2010 | Annie Wakefield

Is Social Media making money off you? Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Flicker and so on are useful tools. We use them for many reasons, such as keeping in touch and sharing information. [...]

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HTML 5 and accessibility

5 May 2010 | Alex Christie

I’ve written previously about HTML 5 and the new possibilities that it offers. But how will HTML 5 affect web accessibility? HTML 5 has so far received limited support from the most commonly used browsers, [...]

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Trust principles to alert users to fake websites

5 May 2010 | Sarah Graveling

As specialists in Conversion Design we are continually developing techniques on how to engage with users, encourage trust and increase our clients conversion rates. So with the alarming rise in websites selling fake designer goods, [...]

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Why I’m waiting till June: Possible features of the iPhone 4G

4 May 2010 | Liz Morray

I’m sure that you have been unable to avoid the speculation, enthusiasm and scepticism aroused by the discovery of what’s believed to be a prototype iPhone 4G. As a developer, Apple lover and all round [...]