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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…
Apple iPad, Killer content or content Killer?
When Apple announced the iPad on the 27th January 2010, many things were expected. Like all rumour based predictions, some came true and some not. But a low powered tablet based computer without a keyboard, webcam or even Flash, is this really the future or has Steve made another Newtonian error?
Apple to buy Google
In a shock announcement Apple has bought a controlling share in the Internet giant Google.
Websites, the never ending Forth bridge
With more and more companies accepting the fact that a website offers the opportunity to market themselves more effectively the ever before, the website has moved on from its static roots. In today’s age of Twitter and Facebook, is it possible to finish your website, or should you even try?
Pop goes the Google
With Google’s recent decision to remove categories like SEO from its local business listings, is this the beginnings of Google’s vision of the web, or a first step that will ultimately reduce Google impact on the world?
This time next year we will be millionaires
How to make money online has always been a popular topic and during times of recession more so. With every guide paid or free, they promise time after time, follow this and this time next year you will be a millionaire. But with more web pages than ever before and it is well documented that…
Accessible web design – an oxymoron
Ten years ago the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published their project Web Accessibility Initiative. Its aim was to make the web a fairer platform for all. Today with calls for all websites to be accessible, how far have we come? Do all websites need to be accessible? Or is it another case of bad policy…