Archive for August, 2010

Friends Reunited is ten years old

It was at the forefront of the social-networking revolution and it is now ten years since Friends Reunited launched in Britain, helping millions of Brits join up with old school...


Banks not ‘Banking’ on Twitter

We found an interesting post on the Virgin Media Business Blog about the way Britain’s High Street Banks are using Twitter to stay in touch with customers – or rather...


Government goes open-source

Possibly as part of its cost reductions, but certainly part of a push towards usability, the British government has open sourced some of its own custom-built software. It will make...


12 characters safer with modern PCs

We seem to have more passwords than close friends nowadays and the combinations of numbers and letters are already difficult to remember but now experts at the Georgia Tech Research...


Are you set for global Domain-ation

If your business shows some eastern promise we’ve got more domains to expand your horizons. We’ve extended our choice of domain names again giving you a world of possibilities. We know you like to...


Updating updates is important.

It’s probably one of the most irritating parts of your day. The time when just after switching on your PC it shouts back ‘Updates available’. Increased connectivity and improved approaches...


Is the Kindle about to spark to life?

In the USA Amazon’s electronic book device, the Kindle, has been around for a while and the fact that the US site recently announced it was selling more digital books...


Whois it?

With identity fraud a rising concern and the quest to keep personal information private at the forefront of most of out minds it may be time to audit what information...


Are you ignoring SEO?

If you said “SEO what?” then you are probably part of a quarter of marketeers that a new report suggests know little of nothing about search engine optimisation. Agency dotSEO...