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Un Social Network

In a world where every company and famous name is using social media to increase brand awareness, with the recent BA and Nestle on-line faux pas hitting the headlines, is it a case that social media is a two way street too far? When I was a lad. For years companies have used traditional media […]

Should Google Blogger off?

Google recently announced a major upgrade to its free blogging platform Blogger. Does this represent a real leap forward in personalised communication or just another Google Application with little appeal outside the casual blogger? Blogging killed the DIY home page Free blogging services have been around for many years now and offer a great way […]

Marketing in a Facebook world

With recent reports of Facebook being more popular then Google, we can begin to see the seeds of what has been predicted for some time now. With political parties now actively advertising on Facebook, is your online advertising budget still best served with Google, or has Google finally lost its Ad words Lustre. A free […]

When our space became Myspace

With what we can do online exploding exponentially on a daily basis, it’s often the case that Social Networks like Myspace offer a useful way to wall your online world. With Myspace now offering a dedicated online games platform, how long before we get our first truly interactive broadcast channel, and will the first past […]

The Acid test for Microsoft

Microsoft is currently advertising Internet Explorer 8 on the television. Is it a case that Microsoft wants to make sure everyone has the best possible internet experience, or is Microsoft concerned about bigger fish? Microsoft’s rise to dominance The first web browser was released in 1991; it was not until 1995 Microsoft released the now […]

Internet, Google and the price of freedom

With ex Google employees convicted under Italian law, school children chastised for sharing music and a “where there’s a blame there’s a claim” mentality, can the internet carry on with the tag of free speech for everyone or have we all woken up to the free lunch that never was?

Newspapers are dead – long live the living story

Google recently gave the world a glimpse of where it sees news going in the future. With Living Stories, has Google unleashed the start of Minority Report style newspapers, or is there danger of good news reporting dying?

Will Yell kill off your local SEO Company?

UK based Yell.com the internet arm of the yellow pages directory has been slowly moving to increase what services it offers to the online world. Recently it unleashed SEO Web Pages to a limited amount of clients. This service offers the promise of professional SEO for all those who pay for advertising with Yell. Is […]

Im going on a browser hunt, Im not scared

Google recently made the decision to end support for Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 for its online office based applications. What wasn’t shouted quite so loudly was the ending of support for Firefox 2 and Chrome 3. In an online world where technologies evolve on a daily basis, should we worry about when old technology […]

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