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What next for Google?

There’s every chance that Google are hoping to occupy some kind of space either peripheral to, or on the edge of Microsoft Office. To qualify this claim, it’s actually very simple: Microsoft Office is a monumental piece of software engineering, which Google can’t hope to replicate. Buying in talent, or even a pre-existing office suite, […]

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Wayne’s weekly wrap-up: in the Pipes

I had this idea, which all sort of came about when I was trying to make sense of an idea by Lisa, over at Techslut, which incidentally still doesn’t make any sense to me. But it’s late, so who knows. However, my idea does make sense to me, which I imagine comes as some relief. […]

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Apple Internet Software & Hardware

Web browsers on the Mac

Changing from one web browser to another can be a huge wrench. This I know, I keep doing it over and over again. Like the zen surfer, traipsing around the globe in search of that perfect wave, I’m a surfer of another kind, in search of the perfect browser. For a long time, I used […]

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Internet Microsoft Review

Review: Clicky web analytics for the rest of us?

Clicky, much like any other web analytics tool, I’m always intrigued to see what else can be done with the web traffic numbers. I know what I want to see and I know that I don’t always get that with a free product…

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Blogging Internet SEO & SEM Social Media & Social Networking Web Design & Development

Tags versus Labels versus Categories…

The concept of meta data is often a tricky sell. It’s one of those concepts that requires a little abstract thought. Delivering the idea of meta data without a suitably real-world analogy to a non-technical client, for example, can be a project-ending event. And so it is with Tags. As ‘blogging enters into the vocabulary […]